Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Society3.0 | The way to a sustainable future?

Society3.0 | MINDZ.com

Article about Society 3.0 in Second Sight: "Our present society has potential possibility to transform into what I’d like to call Society 3.0 – a (new) society that functions with an 'Interdependent Economy'. This will be a system of incorporating value-creation through sustainability, (social) involvement and reciprocity".


 Our present society has potential
possibility to transform into
what I’d like to call Society 3.0
– a (new) society that functions
with an 'Interdependent Economy'.
This will be a system of
incorporating value-creation
through sustainability, (social)
involvement and reciprocity.


http://www.society30.com/images/Ronaldvandenhoff/file/FUTURESIGHT.pdf

1 comment:

  1. Yes I go with all of that. Applying practical wisdom to enable vulnerable communities to transition out of fuel, water and food poverty through concentric social enterprises that use local social and natural resources to transform community economics. By setting up neighbourhood carbon clubs, householders will be enable to trade annual CO2 savings. If 100 houses manage to reduce CO2 emissions by 5 tonnes that is 500 tonnes they can trade. Democratisation of energy/CO2 markets through highly incentivised behaviour change that will empower communities to generate income through local resource management right at household level.

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