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emerging scenario.active well-being and distributed economiesEzio ManziniINDACO, Politecnico di Milano

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creative

communities.

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people who, in their everyday life, invent and realize new forms of organization to solve a problem or to open new opportunities.
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creative communitiesperspectives: they have to be seen in the framework of the on-going big change and of concourring socio-technical innovatons.

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… the growing individualization is melting the traditional forms of organization: new social networks will appear (and are appearing).

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… the environmental pressure is changing people’s perceptions and economics: new ways of thinking and new ways of doing will appear (and are appearing).

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… theincreased connectivity is producing a favorable technological habitat for social innovation:new forms of organization, new ways of doing will appear (and are appearing).

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other socio-technical innovations

( possible convergences )

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> cosmopolitan localism

> distributed systems

> collaborative networks

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possible convergences.

emerging ideas of locality, well-being and production

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valorization of local typical products.the production of high quality highly localized products, in particular food; the success of the Slow Food Association

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New Products

R&D

Established

Products

Resin

Mastic Tree

A new Brand

“mastiha shop”

Domestic & International

Markets

Source: Distributed Economies Laboratories

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new producer-consumer networks.

  • networks that permit a direct relationship between consumers and between producers and consumers.
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individual people and social organizations are more and more inter-connected and a new form of society appears: the network society.

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in the network society, the small is (or can be) a local knot of a global web. And the“local” is a locally based cosmopolitan community, i.e. a community of people embedded in a place, but open and connected with other communities/places.

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connected computers and connected local energy systems (co-generation and renewable energies plants) as a new possible infrastructure …

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a production systems organized as networks of small scale, flexible, highly context-related units.( Distributed Economies Laboratories)

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light, lean and adaptable systems, as distributed production and services, low transport intensive products and services, local and seasonal food

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better use of existing resources, as collective use of renewable energies, higher recycling possibilities, better control on waste generation and management

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direct producers-consumer links as de-intermediation of the distribution system, more power on the consumers’ and local producers’ sides

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mobile bio-energy plants

Source: Distributed Economies Laboratories

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Conventional Energy Systems

Distribution

Transmission

Regional Boundary

Source: Distributed Economies Laboratories

National Boundary

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$

$

$

Forestry

$

$

MSW

Industrial

waste

Bioenergy Systems in Sweden & Finland

Source: Distributed Economies Laboratories

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trading goods and services EBay120 millions people registered. developing free software Linux120.000 registered developers. new ways of conceiving games The Simsthousands of users contribute to the contents. mass developed astronomic research hundred of thousands of dedicated amateurs are involved. the overwhelming success of the Wikipedia project. the rise of the open-welfare concept …

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end-users applications as blogs, podcast, wikis, social networking websites, search engines, auction websites and peer-to-peer services. considered as a whole these applications are called social computing or web 2.0,

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co-creation models: mass peer-to-peer organizations. Large scale, highly distributed systems which combine many players to carry out complex tasks … without requiring burdensome, top-down hierarchical organization…(RED, Design Council, UK)

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co-creation of new forms of organization (that permit a sustainable use of local resources) and of new forms of social knowledge (from Free software, to Creative Commons and Wikipedia) …

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a stronger link with places and local communities as a potential driver for localized sustainable systems …

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search for flexibility. industrial districts. industrial symbiosis.changes in consumers attitudes and behaviors. new producer-consumers relationships. new forms of localized, cooperative organization . distributed generation of energy. economy of scale. economy of the net…

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economy where diverses range of local activities are organized in the form of the small units that are synergistically connected with each other( Distributed Economies Laboratories)

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risk management.

  • decentralised systems are, for their same nature, more robust than the centralised ones
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techno-economic drivers.

  • flexibility and adaptability to different contexts and to changing demands; reduction of waste and transport intensity.
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socio-cultural drivers.

  • traceability of the products as visibility on the production processes.
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social and environmental motivations.

  • bottom-up control on technical systems; valorisation of local resources, consolidation of local economies and social fabric.
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the “base of the pyramid” issue.

  • networked systems can help in answering to the need/opportunity of developing businesses with the poorest layers of the world society.
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visions:

images that can drive actions

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shared visions:

socially built images that can drive converging actions

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where do shared visions come from?

a social conversation that links and compares different materials and individual visions

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vision makers

writers, painters, film makers, architects and designers

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designers as vision makers?

to generate visions of possible worlds

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possible worlds

visions that have to be possible, acceptable and discussable

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scenario building

> vision/s

> motivations/assessments

> proposals/strategies