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= What we share. Creations of both nature and society that belong to all of us equally, and should be maintained for future generations. The Commons has the potential to replace the commodity as the determining form of re-/producing societal living conditions. Category:Commons Category:Commons
Quelle sont les similitudes divergences entre les traditions socialistes et l'émergence des idées et pratiques liées au P2P et des biens communs ? Michel Bauwens, fondateur de la P2P Foundation, nous explique sa vision. Titre original : How does the idea of p2p and the commons differ from the socialist tradition? Dans cet article du journal Pagina 12, le journaliste Mariano Blejman écrit que je mets sur le même plan le matériel ouvert et socialisme. Et c’est également le message qui semble être relayé aujourd’hui sur twitter. Quelles différences entre les biens communs et le communisme ? » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism Quelles différences entre les biens communs et le communisme ? » Article » OWNI, Digital Journalism
Tragedy of the commons Tragedy of the commons The tragedy of the commons is an economics theory by Garrett Hardin, according to which individuals, acting independently and rationally according to each one's self-interest, behave contrary to the whole group's long-term best interests by depleting some common resource. The concept is often cited in connection with sustainable development, meshing economic growth and environmental protection, as well as in the debate over global warming. "Commons" can include the atmosphere, oceans, rivers, fish stocks, national parks and any other shared resource.
Rio+20 – Tragedy of the Commons 2.0? Are the discussions on sustainability at Rio about to end once more with no serious commitment to the fundamental transformations needed? These coming three days will be decisive with heads of state coming to a closure at the end of the week. They are summoned to exercise leadership and face their responsibilities. The feedback received from Rio is unpromising, after mobilizing for proposals via The Future We Want and other avenues for feedback and recommendation, most of the organizations representing civil society feel they have hardly been able to get their voice heard and they are now circulating a petition on The Future We Don’t Want… An admission of failure and the sentiment of having been played? Rio+20 – Tragedy of the Commons 2.0?
"Let The Hacking Begin" Declares Person Who Hacked Zuckerberg's Facebook Fan Page
Elinor Ostrom Debunks Tragedy of the Commons Elinor Ostrom Debunks Tragedy of the Commons Nobel Prize-winning economist Elinor Ostrom proved that people can—and do—work together to manage commonly-held resources without degrading them. posted Oct 27, 2009 The biggest roadblock standing in the way of many people’s recognition of the importance of the commons came tumbling down when Indiana University professor Elinor Ostrom won the Nobel Prize for Economics. Garrett Hardin described the Tragedy of the Commons with a hypothetical example of shared herding land: If all herders make the individually rational economic decision of increasing the number of cows they graze on the land, the collective effect will deplete or destroy the common. Over many decades, Ostrom has documented how various communities manage common resources—grazing lands, forests, irrigation waters, fisheries—equitably and sustainably over the long term.
Overview of mechanism The main idea behind the mechanism is illustrated in Figure 1. In contrast with the Pigouvian approach, which focuses on the individual causing the externality, our mechanism focuses on their peers in the social network. The idea is to incentivize agent A's peers to exert (positive or negative) pressure on A. Inducing Peer Pressure to Promote Cooperation : Scientific Reports Inducing Peer Pressure to Promote Cooperation : Scientific Reports
Nombreux sont ceux qui pensent qu’en France le projet de loi « Création et Internet » (ou Hadopi) n’est pas qu’une simple question technique et juridique pour endiguer le « piratage », mais se situe bien au delà, sur le front politique et sociétal de la défense des biens communs contre une « marchandisation » croissante des activités humaines, ici la culture[1]. C’est pourquoi il nous a semblé intéressant de proposer aux lecteurs de passage un « vieux » documentaire que vous n’avez peut-être pas eu l’occasion de voir à sa sortie en 2002 (durée : 1 heure). Il a pour titre Le bien commun : l’assaut final et a été réalisé par la québécoise Carole Poliquin (dont nous avons obtenu accord pour diffusion). Voici ce qu’en disait Bernard Langlois dans le journal Politis : Sur le fond, c’est une charge très argumentée, très démonstrative contre la mondialisation libérale, nourrie de reportages et de témoignages recueillis au Canada, au Mexique, aux États-Unis, en Inde, en France. Le bien commun : l'assaut final - Un documentaire de Carole Poliquin Le bien commun : l'assaut final - Un documentaire de Carole Poliquin
Engaging For the Commons - Global Pull Platform In january 2011, The Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-moon, called for revolutionary thinking and action to ensure an economic model for survival. A year later, the Global Sustainability Panel he created to this effect published its recommendations report for Rio+20: Resilient people, resilient Planet, a future worth choosing. The vision of the GSP as expressed in the report revolves around choice, influence, participation and action, and calls for a political process "able to summon both the arguments and the political will necessary to act for a sustainable future."… Engaging For the Commons - Global Pull Platform
<-- Outline view Paul Hawken describes the challenge of sustainability and activist movements that he sees converging into an unnamed and shapeless 'movement' in his book Blessed Unrest: " ... as yet there has been no coming together of organizations in a united front that can counter the massive scale and power of the global corporations and lobbyists that protect the status quo. ...The as yet undelivered promise of this movement is a network of organizations that offer solutions to disantangle what appear to be insoluble dilemmas: poverty, global climate change, terrorism, ecological degradation, polarization of income, loss of culture, and many more. The world seems to be looking for the big solution, which is itself part of the problem, since the most effective solutions are both local and systemic. Although the groups in the movement are autonomous, the coming together of different organizations to address an array of issues can effectively become a systemic approach. Debategraph Debategraph
Le concept de bien commun a pris une place importante dans le champ médiatique depuis l’attribution en 2009 du prix (de la Banque royale de Suède en sciences économiques en mémoire d’Alfred) Nobel à la politologue étasunienne Elinor Ostrom. Cette dernière a produit une oeuvre scientifique immense démontrant magistralement que de nombreux biens communs (des ressources naturelles et des ressources culturelles) peuvent être bien gérées localement par des communautés très diverses qui se fabriquent des normes ad hoc pour éviter l’effondrement de leurs ressources (autrement appelé « la tragédie des biens communs »). Ostrom montre qu’il n’y a pas de recette toute faite, mais qu’il y a bien des principes de base récurrents [1]. Six outils pour faire vivre les biens communs Six outils pour faire vivre les biens communs
<< Outline View >> Back to Bubble View This is a work in progress. For the past couple of years I have collated and curated the possibilities, concepts, alternatives that people striving for a 'better world' were working on and talking about in various social network groups dedicated to sustainability, commons, new economy. Additions or changes are welcome here. Communicating the Commons
La présentation du Manifeste pour la Récupération des Biens Communs à l'occasion du FSM 2009 à Belém au Brésil, marque le point de départ d'une campagne de mobilisation pour la préservation, la reconquête et la création des Biens Communs. Le but de cette campagne est de populariser la notion de Biens Communs en ouvrant un espace participatif de réflexion et de partage de toutes les initiatives concernant le futur des Biens Communs. Le manifeste est un point de départ. Biens Communs -- Commons -- Bens comuns -- Bienes comunes
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Towards a Material Commons Transcripted from the original audio by Jane Loes Lipton for Guerrilla Translation!Main image by Stacco Troncoso Can commons-oriented peer production be applied to material production?
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Understanding Knowledge as a Commons | The MIT Press
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