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Open space of shared sustainocratic responsibility, a challenging environment for students
Also students are challenged more and more to deploy their productive creativity and skills in the open space of Sustainocracy. In order to open up to such processes the institutions needed to transform their structuring and support. Instead of lecturing the students enter a self learning dynamics, surrounded by field and theoretical experts. Their learning is motivated in our case by the core human values and the values driven prioritized focus that we present. In the example below it is the world of ICT. The challenge involved the data gathered through measurement techniques with citizens and the interpretation and visualization techniques for awareness and engagement in health and a healthy environment. Instead of starting with data collection and interpretation, the challenge starts with the objectives of the AiREAS community for health and a healthy environment. The challenge is not just learning, yet impact driven, giving a much broader scope to the learning curve.
This is the presentation of the results by the leader of the student group. He is complying with the AiREAS instructions to finalize the creative suggestions and prototyping with sufficient information for others to take over and further outrole, develop or enhance the proposition. Several research reports, prototypes and experimental propositions already found their way into start up enterprises, institutions or new student groups. Each enhances the citizen engagement in air quality, their own health and that of their environment. 4 x WIN!
Podcast about 2022 and preview of 2023 from the perspective of our shared responsibilities for our essential values for sustainable human evolution.
With gratitude to Rara Radio in Eindhoven and all our partners in the diversity of clusters of attention within Sustainocracy we could make this podcast about our progress in 2022 and initiatives for 2023.
New publications about Sustainocracy and our experiences after 13 years of developing this society model based on core human values
In an attempt to write a book about Sustainocracy and our experiences over the years I found it difficult to not fall into the repetition of arguments that have already been covered in other publications. These arguments are however important to understand the context in which Sustainocracy arose as a new mindset and societal approach. On the other hand I understand that there are plenty of people that have already been made acquainted with these details. For them it may be more interesting to see why particular communities were born out of the STIR development and what process they may encountered to deploy themselves. Instead of a book I decided to write articles on the different topics that each had their own very special development. When one introduces and overarching mindset, a way of developing shared responsibilities that differ from the mainstream where we come from, one gets in touch with literally everything in society. I have divided the articles into five different groups so far:
1. General (our core human values, shared responsibility, 4 x WIN entrepreneurial spirit and Sustainocracy)
Entrepreneurship of the 21st century
Smart cities are healthy cities, healthy cities are smart
2. AiREAS (air quality and health)
AiREAS phase 1 – http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-26940-5
AiREAS phase 3 – http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-45620-1
3. FRE2SH (food self sufficiency)
FRE2SH experiences of developing regional food self sufficiency
4. COS3i (social inclusion)
COS3i, social inclusion into our core human values
5. School of Talents & Wellness (Participatory learning)
Experiences with a new learning system
More publications are to follow, also coming from the research students that get engaged through the different topics. I will try to include them in the diversity of topics that all hang under the umbrella of STIR and Sustainocracy. The publications will be on Springer, Researchgate.net and Academy.edu. They will also be added to the list of publications on this blog. If you wish to comment on any of the publications please feel free to do that either to me through email@example.com , via the academic sites or via this blog. We also organize open dialogues in town (Eindhoven) and online if of interest.
Masterclasses are available in 2023 on all these subjects.