The ecological transition has a goal, but not the path to get there.
The digital transition transforms everything, but kno...
The Situation Is Bad…
And Shows Little Signs of Progress
Our Upper & Lower "Planetary Boundaries"
Oxfam /
http://www.kateraworth.com
Living On 2000 Watts
(Saul Griffith, 2008)
A Systemic Issue
Digital & Environmental
Source:
OECD
What Can Digital Culture Bring to Ecology?
Systematic Exploration Multi-source Improvements
Fast, global, low-cost
deploym...
Digital "Levers" vs. the Issues
OPTIMAL
SMART
SOFT
OPEN
EMPOWERING
& DISTRIBUTED
DISRUPTIVEAGILE
2-Ways Enrichment
DIGITAL ECOLOGY
Desirable, Diverse,
Fun Futures
People-Powered
Challenges
From Tech to
Techno-Social Dri...
A Collaborative Platform:
www.transitions2.net
Challenges
Factor 4 Innovation Act Local
Open Models for
Sustainability
What if innovation was the key
to unlocking a sust...
www.transitions2.net
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Transitions²: Bringing Together the Digital and the Ecological Transitions

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Lift 2016 presentation by Daniel Kaplan (Fing / Transitions²)
"The ecological transition has a goal, but not the path to get there.
The digital transition transforms everything, but knows not into what.
Each one needs the other!"

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Transitions²: Bringing Together the Digital and the Ecological Transitions

  1. 1. The ecological transition has a goal, but not the path to get there. The digital transition transforms everything, but knows not into what. Each one needs the other!
  2. 2. The Situation Is Bad… And Shows Little Signs of Progress
  3. 3. Our Upper & Lower "Planetary Boundaries" Oxfam / http://www.kateraworth.com
  4. 4. Living On 2000 Watts (Saul Griffith, 2008)
  5. 5. A Systemic Issue
  6. 6. Digital & Environmental Source: OECD
  7. 7. What Can Digital Culture Bring to Ecology? Systematic Exploration Multi-source Improvements Fast, global, low-cost deployment Interconnection w/other projects Collaborative Quality Control Legal designs favouring diffusionTools Templates Platforms Standards Win-win cooperation Positive-sum disruption Value-exchange networks Mass-Collaboration tools & experience … WHAT ELSE? Agility
  8. 8. Digital "Levers" vs. the Issues OPTIMAL SMART SOFT OPEN EMPOWERING & DISTRIBUTED DISRUPTIVEAGILE
  9. 9. 2-Ways Enrichment DIGITAL ECOLOGY Desirable, Diverse, Fun Futures People-Powered Challenges From Tech to Techno-Social Drive Systemic Thinking Multifactor Metrics & Accounting Scaling (direct & networked) Prosumers & Commons
  10. 10. A Collaborative Platform: www.transitions2.net
  11. 11. Challenges Factor 4 Innovation Act Local Open Models for Sustainability What if innovation was the key to unlocking a sustainable future? How would it change environmental issues, and how would such a goal change innovation itself? What if digital tools and methods became the engines of local ecological transitions, empowering their stakeholders, facilitating participation, networking and scaling projects? What if open economic models were key to solving environmental issues ? What would it take? Breathe your City Active Mobilities Also, in 2016… What if bottom-up collaboration, entrepreneurial innovation, and public intervention, improved knowledge as well as action on the link between pollution and health? What if cycling became the focus of innovative services and uses, contributing to sustainability as well as job creation? IT'S ON YOU!
  12. 12. www.transitions2.net

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