Toward Ecoïsm on the Road ofSocietal ResilienceThe case of Fontaine dOuche area in Dijon (Burgundy, France)Author: Franck ...
Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal ResilienceAtelier 2 : modélisation de la résilience territorialeModeling of Territor...
Context• People face the fear of a collective sclerosis– Doomsayer’s messages,– increasing complexity– unstable governance...
Ecoïsm
EcoïsmE·co·ism [IˈKɒʊɪzəm] noun1- the habit of valuing everything only in referenceto one communitys personal interest;2- ...
Is a National Resilience Possible?
Is a Local Resilience Possible?
05/06/2013The Research program: VeT (Transition Towns)Galibert_Masselot_Dubois / VeT MOVIDA -Salerno 201210How to mobilize...
Communautary Resilience
From Fragmented Communities toCommon Resilience• What can support the bounce to socio-ecological transition?• The proposal...
The Whole Community can Change ?• What can I do alone as individual?– Who participates ?– Who consult ?– Who transfer ?– W...
Aim Target• To Contribute to an entire resilience of aCommunity• To contribute to the debate with modelizationtools• To be...
Local Actors ‘s TypologyEnvironmentIndividualAssociationNonGouvernementalOrganisation(NGOs)Pro GroupsInterest GroupInterna...
Example : Perceptions Institutions / Civil SocietyInstitutions Civil SocietyTheory ConcretUniversal Rules AdaptationCentra...
Organisations Supranationles Européennnes
The Block Syndrome
Ecosystems Fragmentation• Each artificial phenomenom of spatialfragmentation can prevent someone to movewhere she/he/it sh...
Biodiversity Fragmentation• Forests• Lanscapes
Natural Spaces Fragmented
Invisible Undesirable Consequences ?
Parallel Development of Communities• A Common Foundation– Transversality– Values– Rules– Rights• Autonomy– Emancipation– E...
Los Quipucamayocs
Los Quipucamayocs
Archaea : Single-cells micro groups
A Significant change needs a WholePerception• Nodes particularly hard to discover betweengroups;• Links that affect other ...
Cuzco : a transformation system model ?
Cuzco
Urban Sprawl in Cuzco : « Khipu » type
Habitats Fragmentation
Kingdoms for each salted lake
hydrographical basin deeply affected by HumanImpactHuman activity affected by hydrographical basinevolution
Budapest
Sofia
Contextuality of our research territory
Dijon a distant city outside FrenchKingdom
Dijon in 1574
The « Tour de France » in 1908
Consciousness of being a part of a NationalHeritage
French Networks built beside Dijon
An Urbral Element ?• Combined elements of the urban and ruralTryst Williams
Dijon in 1969
Fontaine d’Ouche in 1969
Fontaine d’Ouche in 1974
Statistical Division Map
Adaptive Cycle Resilience
Re-Ecological Connectivity• Eco-Bridges
Fontaine d’Ouche Bicycle path
Fontaine d’Ouche• The Neighborhood is becoming a green suretyfor Dijon conglomeration• Focusing on the River side and Natu...
franck.dubois@u-bourgogne.frFRANCK DUBOIS
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience
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  1. 1. Toward Ecoïsm on the Road ofSocietal ResilienceThe case of Fontaine dOuche area in Dijon (Burgundy, France)Author: Franck Dubois05/06/2013 Dubois / VeT MOVIDA - Dijon 2013 1
  2. 2. Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal ResilienceAtelier 2 : modélisation de la résilience territorialeModeling of Territorial Resilience
  3. 3. Context• People face the fear of a collective sclerosis– Doomsayer’s messages,– increasing complexity– unstable governanceEnhance a splitting vision of the worldA Fragmented perception of othercommunities
  4. 4. Ecoïsm
  5. 5. EcoïsmE·co·ism [IˈKɒʊɪzəm] noun1- the habit of valuing everything only in referenceto one communitys personal interest;2- collective selfishness dealing with the relationsand interactions between other groups* and theirenvironment;3-protection of its own territory in order to survive.Conccurency of other communities from which theannoyance should come from.• family – friends – colleagues – floor mates – block – neighborhood – city…
  6. 6. Is a National Resilience Possible?
  7. 7. Is a Local Resilience Possible?
  8. 8. 05/06/2013The Research program: VeT (Transition Towns)Galibert_Masselot_Dubois / VeT MOVIDA -Salerno 201210How to mobilize citizensaround eco-responsibleconducts ?
  9. 9. Communautary Resilience
  10. 10. From Fragmented Communities toCommon Resilience• What can support the bounce to socio-ecological transition?• The proposal attend to clarify the needs andthe use of what can change individual andcollective perception with a beneficialvoluntary action.
  11. 11. The Whole Community can Change ?• What can I do alone as individual?– Who participates ?– Who consult ?– Who transfer ?– Which legitimity to intervene?– Who decide?
  12. 12. Aim Target• To Contribute to an entire resilience of aCommunity• To contribute to the debate with modelizationtools• To be able to take into account hidden factors
  13. 13. Local Actors ‘s TypologyEnvironmentIndividualAssociationNonGouvernementalOrganisation(NGOs)Pro GroupsInterest GroupInternationalOrganisation(O.I.G.)Institutions
  14. 14. Example : Perceptions Institutions / Civil SocietyInstitutions Civil SocietyTheory ConcretUniversal Rules AdaptationCentralisation ActionThe Formal Perfection EfficiencyWriting World Whatever the ShapePrudence InitiativeMistrust Trust – DelegationNo real sanction Assess the OutcomesLess worry for dead lines Time is MoneySensivisity to medias Limited Sensivisity
  15. 15. Organisations Supranationles Européennnes
  16. 16. The Block Syndrome
  17. 17. Ecosystems Fragmentation• Each artificial phenomenom of spatialfragmentation can prevent someone to movewhere she/he/it should.
  18. 18. Biodiversity Fragmentation• Forests• Lanscapes
  19. 19. Natural Spaces Fragmented
  20. 20. Invisible Undesirable Consequences ?
  21. 21. Parallel Development of Communities• A Common Foundation– Transversality– Values– Rules– Rights• Autonomy– Emancipation– Empoyerment– Implemanting desires
  22. 22. Los Quipucamayocs
  23. 23. Los Quipucamayocs
  24. 24. Archaea : Single-cells micro groups
  25. 25. A Significant change needs a WholePerception• Nodes particularly hard to discover betweengroups;• Links that affect other groups• Underground element perception• Being able to streamline the conversionprocess
  26. 26. Cuzco : a transformation system model ?
  27. 27. Cuzco
  28. 28. Urban Sprawl in Cuzco : « Khipu » type
  29. 29. Habitats Fragmentation
  30. 30. Kingdoms for each salted lake
  31. 31. hydrographical basin deeply affected by HumanImpactHuman activity affected by hydrographical basinevolution
  32. 32. Budapest
  33. 33. Sofia
  34. 34. Contextuality of our research territory
  35. 35. Dijon a distant city outside FrenchKingdom
  36. 36. Dijon in 1574
  37. 37. The « Tour de France » in 1908
  38. 38. Consciousness of being a part of a NationalHeritage
  39. 39. French Networks built beside Dijon
  40. 40. An Urbral Element ?• Combined elements of the urban and ruralTryst Williams
  41. 41. Dijon in 1969
  42. 42. Fontaine d’Ouche in 1969
  43. 43. Fontaine d’Ouche in 1974
  44. 44. Statistical Division Map
  45. 45. Adaptive Cycle Resilience
  46. 46. Re-Ecological Connectivity• Eco-Bridges
  47. 47. Fontaine d’Ouche Bicycle path
  48. 48. Fontaine d’Ouche• The Neighborhood is becoming a green suretyfor Dijon conglomeration• Focusing on the River side and Natural spots
  49. 49. franck.dubois@u-bourgogne.frFRANCK DUBOIS

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