<ul><li>Towards an interaction evaluation between dimensions and objectives of sustainable development at territorial leve...
(pillar combination)= (economics, social, environment) (pillar interconnections) = (viable, vivable, equitable), (viable, ...
InterPillar convergence  interaction trade-off formulation  Ecosphère + Géosphère + Sociosphère field forces  Géosphère So...
From economics to environment : the « econology » pillar combination  From expansionist (neo-classical economics) to « eco...
Linear in- & out-put of low entropy energy and matter sustains economy and drives the linear flows to exchange value, so t...
From economics to social: the « social capital » ecosocial combination. (equitable/social justice)  Relationship Between B...
Social Capital and Poverty Transitions Source: Woolcock (1999b)
Transformational leaderships (Folke & al. 2005)
Squaring the circle: social behaviour for environmental goals (liveable)  Theory of reasoned action (Ajzen & Fishbein, 198...
Barriers between environmental concern and action (Blake, 1999) .
Models of predictors of environmental behavior (Hines et al., 1986).
Low-cost high-cost model of pro-environmental behavior (Diekmann & Preisendoerfer, 1992)  Zipf-Pareto-Mandelbrot law
Carl Folke, Thomas Hahn, Per Olsson, and Jon Norberg  ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCE OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS Annu. Rev. Environ....
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Towards an interaction evaluation between dimensions and objectives of sustainable development at territorial levels

  1. 1. <ul><li>Towards an interaction evaluation between dimensions and objectives of sustainable development at territorial levels </li></ul><ul><li>“ Future Job, BetterLife” </li></ul><ul><li>Task “Combination-harmony” </li></ul>
  2. 2. (pillar combination)= (economics, social, environment) (pillar interconnections) = (viable, vivable, equitable), (viable, liveable, social justice) Sustainable Development Economical Social Environmental Sustainability trade-off Equitable Liveable Viable
  3. 3. InterPillar convergence interaction trade-off formulation Ecosphère + Géosphère + Sociosphère field forces Géosphère Sociosphère Ecosphère Econogical weight Ecosocial weight Socioecological weight Equilibrium indexing SD convergence global indicator = distance to exact barycenter Equitable Liveable Viable
  4. 4. From economics to environment : the « econology » pillar combination From expansionist (neo-classical economics) to « econological » paradigm (Rees 2003) Econogical indexing
  5. 5. Linear in- & out-put of low entropy energy and matter sustains economy and drives the linear flows to exchange value, so that economic activity is « contained by the ecosphere, providing resources and assimilating wastes (Rees 2003)
  6. 6. From economics to social: the « social capital » ecosocial combination. (equitable/social justice) Relationship Between Bridging Social Capital and Governance Source: Narayan (1999) Ecosocial indexing
  7. 7. Social Capital and Poverty Transitions Source: Woolcock (1999b)
  8. 8. Transformational leaderships (Folke & al. 2005)
  9. 9. Squaring the circle: social behaviour for environmental goals (liveable) Theory of reasoned action (Ajzen & Fishbein, 1980) Socioecological indexing
  10. 10. Barriers between environmental concern and action (Blake, 1999) .
  11. 11. Models of predictors of environmental behavior (Hines et al., 1986).
  12. 12. Low-cost high-cost model of pro-environmental behavior (Diekmann & Preisendoerfer, 1992) Zipf-Pareto-Mandelbrot law
  13. 13. Carl Folke, Thomas Hahn, Per Olsson, and Jon Norberg ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCE OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour. 2005. 30:441–73 Woolcock, Michael. 1999b. “Managing Risk, Shocks, and Opportunities in Developing Economies: The Role of Social Capital”, in Gustav Ranis (ed.) Dimensions of Development New Haven: Yale Center for International and Area Studies Narayan, Deepa. 1999. “Bonds and Bridges: Social Capital and Poverty” Washington, DC: The World Bank, Policy Research Working Paper No. 2167 Blake, J. (1999) Overcoming the ‘value–action gap’ in environment al policy: tensions between national policy and local experience, Local Environment, 4 (3), pp. 257, 278 Rees W. E . (2003) Economic Development and Environmental Protection : an Ecological Economics perspective, in : Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 86 : 29-45, Kluwer Academic Pub. Netherlands Diekmann, A. & Preisendoerfer , P. (1992) Persoenliches Umweltverhalt en: Die Diskrepanz zwischen Anspruch und Wirklichkeit Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 44, pp. 226–251 Hines, J.M., Hungerford, H.R. & Tomera, A.N. (1986–87) . Analysis and synthesis of research on responsible pro-environmental behavior: a meta-analysis, The Journal of Environmental Education, 18(2) , pp. 1–8 Kollmuss, A. & Agyeman, J., (2002) Mind the Gap: why do people act environmentally and what are the barriers to pro-environmental behavior?, Environmental Education Research, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp.239, 260

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