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8ème Congrès de l'Economie Bleue. Détails Publié le lundi 7 octobre 2013 17:59 Le huitième Congrès international de l’Economie bleue s’est tenu les 24 et 25 avril 2013 à Madrid.

8ème Congrès de l'Economie Bleue

Gunter Pauli. TEDxTokyo - Gunter Pauli - 5/22/09. Gunter Pauli: Blue Economy inspired by whales. GUNTER PAULI (1) Building The Blue Economy Workshop. Las Gaviotas by Gunter Pauli.mp4. TEDxTokyo - Gunter Pauli - Balancing Energy - [English] Colloque "Vers quelle prospérité ?"- Günter Pauli - une vidéo Actu et Politique. The Blue Gunter Pauli on Biomimetism (Lift France 09, EN) Gunter Pauli - HEC Sustainable Business Conference 2012. Gunter Fables Workshop in Taiwan(1-2)-The Strongest Tree. Gunter Pauli (@MyBlueEconomy) Citation. Gunter Pauli: «Suivre la sagesse de la nature» 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. Ils fournissent énergie et aliments, recyclent les déchets, répondent aux besoins de tous et se régénèrent sans cesse. La nature excelle en termes de créativité, d’adaptabilité et d’abondance. C’est donc une économie non polluante, créatrice d’emplois, de cohésion sociale et même de valeur. Cela ressemble à l’économie circulaire. Celle-ci est une bonne approche, mais il faut aller bien au-delà. Dans votre livre et sur votre site web, vous avez sélectionné 183 innovations. Au-delà de la technologie, il est crucial d’imaginer de nouveaux modèles d’affaires. Pourquoi, à votre avis ? Depuis Descartes, nous compartimentons tout. L’Indonésie vient d’adopter l’économie bleue comme axe de développement… Dix ans. 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. Blue Economy Design Lab. Présentation Blue Economy 2009.pdf. Gunter Pauli - HAWAII CONVENTION CENTER. Blueeconomy: The Community. Typo3_nextsse: Welcome. NExt SSE is a project committed to bringing capital to social ventures - organisations with a social, ethical or ecological focus and a sound business model. Investors in those ventures will in return receive increased transparency about the impact their money is making - both positive as well as negative. In this way, we hope to reconnect investors to the organisations they are funding, both parties responsible for their part of the deal: delivering impact, and chosing wisely. At the moment, we are matching individual social ventures with social investors - while preparing an online platform that will present social ventures in search of capital to potential social investors and social investment funds. Select ventures will also be invited to present themselves to investors in the context of roundtables.

From Deep Ecology to The Blue Economy.pdf. Strongest Tree. Arne Næss - deep ecology - 50s. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Arne Næss - deep ecology - 50s

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Næss. Arne Næss en 2003. Arne Næss et la <i>deep ecology</i>: aux sources de l'inquiétude écologiste. Aurelio Peccei - limits to growth - 60s. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Aurelio Peccei - limits to growth - 60s

Aurelio Peccei. James Lovelock - gaia theory - 70s. Lovelock: Speeches. James Lovelock: Humans are too stupid to prevent climate change. Lynn Margulis - 5 kingdoms of nature - 70s. 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 developed a theory of the origin of eukaryotic organelles, and contributed to the endosymbiotic theory, which is now generally accepted for how certain organelles were formed.

Lynn Margulis - 5 kingdoms of nature - 70s

She showed that animals, plants, and fungi all originated from Protists. She is also associated with the Gaia hypothesis, based on an idea developed by the English environmental scientist James Lovelock. Research[edit] Endosymbiosis theory[edit] Lynn Margulis" Margulis, Lynn Alexander (1938-), an American biologist, helped advance the study of the origins of cells.

Lynn Margulis"

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 - Tao of physics - 70s. 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.

Fritjof Capra - Tao of physics - 70s

Life and work[edit] 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).

While at Berkeley, he was a member of the Fundamental Fysiks Group, founded in May 1975 by Elizabeth Rauscher and George Weissmann, which met weekly to discuss philosophy and quantum physics.[2] He also taught at U.C. Santa Cruz, U.C. Fritjof Capra - Home. Fritjof Capra, The Systems View of Life. Fritjof Capra: The Science of Leonardo. Bio Fritjof Capra Fritjof Capra, Ph.D., physicist and systems theorist, is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, which promotes ecology and systems thinking in primary and secondary education.

Fritjof Capra: The Science of Leonardo

He is on the faculty of Schumacher College, an international center for ecological studies in England, and frequently gives management seminars for top executives. Dr. Bill Mollison - Permaculture - 70s. Bruce Charles 'Bill' Mollison (born 1928 in Stanley, Tasmania, Australia) is a researcher, author, scientist, teacher and Biologist.

Bill Mollison - Permaculture - 70s

He is considered to be the 'father of permaculture',[1] however Joseph Russell Smith, was the first to write about a system of Permanent Agriculture in a book entitled Tree Crops, published in 1929.[2] Permaculture is an integrated system of design, Mollison co-developed with David Holmgren, that encompasses not only agriculture, horticulture, architecture and ecology, but also economic systems, land access strategies and legal systems for businesses and communities.

In 1978, Mollison collaborated with David Holmgren, and they wrote a book called Permaculture One. Bill Mollison founded The Permaculture Institute in Tasmania, and created a training system to train others under the umbrella of Permaculture. He received the Right Livelihood Award in 1981 with Patrick van Rensburg. Bibliography[edit] Articles. Permaculture - A Quiet Revolution. Bill Mollison calls himself a field biologist and itinerant teacher.

Permaculture - A Quiet Revolution

But it would be more accurate to describe him as an instigator. When he published Permaculture One in 1978, he launched an international land-use movement many regard as subversive, even revolutionary. Permaculture — from permanent and agriculture — is an integrated design philosophy that encompasses gardening, architecture, horticulture, ecology, even money management and community design. The basic approach is to create sustainable systems that provide for their own needs and recycle their waste. Bill Mollison Mollison developed permaculture after spending decades in the rainforests and deserts of Australia studying ecosystems. Today his ideas have spread and taken root in almost every country on the globe. While Mollison is still unknown to most Americans, he is a national icon down under. I sat down with him to discuss his innovative design philosophy. Permaculture dans les quartiers par Bill MOLLISON (vostf) - une vidéo Expression Libre.

George L. Chan - Integrated Farming - 70s. Short CV of Prof.

George L. Chan - Integrated Farming - 70s

George L. Integrated Farming System - GEORGE CHAN. Integrated farming. Integrated farming or integrated production is a commonly and broadly used word to explain a more integrated approach to farming as compared to existing monoculture approaches. It refers to agricultural systems that integrate livestock and crop production and may sometimes be known as Integrated Biosystems.

While not often considered as part of the permaculture movement, Integrated Farming is a similar "whole systems approach" to agriculture.[1] There have been efforts to link the two together such as at the 2007 International Permaculture Conference in Brazil.[2] Agro-ecology (which was developed at University of California Santa Cruz) and Bio-dynamic farming also describe similar integrated approaches. The most impressive aspect of Chinese aquaculture that the study group observed was the integration of fish farming with livestock production and farming of agricultural crops, including vegetable farming. Examples include: Organizations[edit] Sustainability on the Pig Farm. Sustainable Communities ZERI NM. Professor George Chan has kindly allowed SCZ to reprint his photos and his detailed November 2003 article explaining the Integrated Farming System for recycling human and animal wastes. He is a sanitation engineer and was formerly of EPA Region 9 - Pacific.

George L. Robert Ayres -industrial ecology - 80s. Robert Underwood Ayres (born June 29, 1932) is an American-born physicist and economist. C. K. Prahalad. Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad (Kannada:ಕೋಯಮ್ಬತುರೆ ಕೃಷ್ಣರಾವ್ ಪ್ರಹಲಾದ್) (8 August 1941 – 16 April 2010)[1] was the Paul and Ruth McCracken Distinguished University Professor of Corporate Strategy at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business in the University of Michigan. During his life, he was frequently ranked as one of the most prominent business thinkers in the world. He was renowned as the co-author of "Core Competence of the Corporation"[4] (with Gary Hamel) and "The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid"[5] (with Stuart L. Hart). Gunter Pauli : “Il ne faut pas polluer moins, il faut arrêter de polluer” Par Hubert Guillaud le 29/06/09 | 14 commentaires | 15,070 lectures | Impression “Aujourd’hui, on donne des prix environnementaux aux hommes d’affaires qui annoncent qu’ils vont polluer un peu moins.

Mais il ne faut pas polluer un peu moins : il faut arrêter de polluer.” 2 - L’économie bleue.