Gunter Pauli - Blue economy
Détails Publié le lundi 7 octobre 2013 17:59 8ème Congrès de l'Economie Bleue
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Le créateur de la fondation ZERI (Recherche et initiatives pour zéro pollution) prône une économie s’inspirant des écosystèmes naturels pour résoudre les crises économique, sociale et écologique. Qu’est-ce que l’«économie bleue» ? C’est un modèle qui suit la sagesse des écosystèmes. Gunter Pauli: «Suivre la sagesse de la nature»
The Blue Economy or Green Economy 2.0 a New Economy of sustainable Business: Shaped by greeninnovations such as Cleantech, Cleanenergy, Cleanmobility, Greenbuilding, GreenIT and Greenfinance as greensolutions, combined with greencompetence.
Blue Economy Alliance | Home
Blue Economy Design Lab
Présentation Blue Economy 2009.pdf
Gunter-Pauli-HAWAII-CONVENTION-CENTER Video Gunter Pauli (1956) obtained his masters in business administration from INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France. His entrepreneurial activities span business, culture, science, politics and the environment. Gunter Pauli - HAWAII CONVENTION CENTER
Blueeconomy: The Community
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From Deep Ecology to The Blue Economy.pdf
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Næss . Arne Næss en 2003. Arne Næss - deep ecology - 50s
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Aurelio Peccei - limits to growth - 60s Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. James Lovelock - gaia theory - 70s
Humans are too stupid to prevent climate change, according to the British scientist James Lovelock. Illustration: Murdo Macleod Humans are too stupid to prevent climate change from radically impacting on our lives over the coming decades. This is the stark conclusion of James Lovelock , the globally respected environmental thinker and independent scientist who developed the Gaia theory. It follows a tumultuous few months in which public opinion on efforts to tackle climate change has been undermined by events such as the climate scientists' emails leaked from the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the failure of the Copenhagen climate summit . "I don't think we're yet evolved to the point where we're clever enough to handle a complex a situation as climate change," said Lovelock in his first in-depth interview since the theft of the UEA emails last November. James Lovelock: Humans are too stupid to prevent climate change | Environment
Lynn Margulis (born Lynn Alexander ; [ 1 ] March 5, 1938 – November 22, 2011) [ 2 ] was an American biologist and University Professor in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst . [ 1 ] [ 3 ] She is best known for her theory on the origin of eukaryotic organelles , and her contributions to the endosymbiotic theory , which is now generally accepted for how certain organelles were formed. Lynn Margulis - 5 kingdoms of nature - 70s
Lynn Margulis" Margulis, Lynn Alexander (1938-), an American biologist, helped advance the study of the origins of cells. She developed the symbiotic theory, which states that bacteria played a major role in the development of living cells. This theory has become known as the serial endosymbiosis theory, or SET.
Fritjof Capra (born February 1, 1939) is an Austrian-born American physicist . [ 1 ] He is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, and is on the faculty of Schumacher College . Capra is the author of several books, including The Tao of Physics (1975), The Turning Point (1982), Uncommon Wisdom (1988), The Web of Life (1996), and The Hidden Connections (2002). [ edit ] Life and work Born in Vienna, Austria, Capra attended the University of Vienna , where he earned his Ph.D. in theoretical physics in 1966. He conducted research in particle physics and systems theory at the University of Paris (1966–1968), the University of California, Santa Cruz (1968–1970), the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (1970), Imperial College, London (1971–1974), and the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (1975–1988). Fritjof Capra - Tao of physics - 70s
Fritjof Capra, The Systems View of Life
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Bruce Charles 'Bill' Mollison (born 1928 in Tasmania , Australia) is a researcher, author, scientist, teacher and naturalist.
Permaculture - A Quiet Revolution :: An Interview with Bill Mollison Bill Mollison calls himself a field biologist and itinerant teacher. But it would be more accurate to describe him as an instigator.
George L. Chan - Integrated Farming - 70s
Integrated Farming System - GEORGE CHAN
Sustainability on the Pig Farm
Sustainable Communities ZERI NM
Robert Ayres -industrial ecology - 80s
C. K. Prahalad
Gunter Pauli : “Il ne faut pas polluer moins, il faut arrêter de polluer”
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