Decentralization Design

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Ecological Protection Perspective. insurance/eco-proficiency/legislative issues of limitsinvolves: controls on benefit thought process and/or designing impetuses and disincentives to turn off social

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Decentralization & Design Technological: arranged data economy appropriated era scaling down Ecological: monetary biomimicry/biological community model of improvement Social: innovativeness base: human-scale Localization

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Environmental Protection Perspective insurance/eco-effectiveness/governmental issues of breaking points includes: controls on benefit thought process and additionally building motivating forces and disincentives to turn off social & enviro profits by benefit intention no crucial changes in financial and political power no basic change in industrialism's work/assets relationship

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Historical Trends in Regulation Early modern private enterprise: Unconscious-decentralized/concentrate on material needs/subordination of state to business sectors: Invisible Hand/concentrate on generation/unbridled misuse of nature/hypothetical majority rule government Fordist & state-communist industrialism: Conscious-brought together/new (and camouflaged) concentrate on non-material needs/Need for all the more arranging: political mediation/More worry with utilization & (quantitative) request/oversaw abuse of nature/delegate vote based system Postindustrial Potentials (today): Conscious-decentralized/coordinate concentrate on non-material needs/mix & change of state & markets/combination with nature/coordinate popular government Super-industrialism: Post-Fordist globalization: evasion, concealment or directing of the above. Emergency.

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Trends in Mainstream Regulation End-of-pipe control and cleanup : 70s Point Source Prevention : 80s Consumption Patterns and Product & System Design : today

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River (Industrial-Linear) versus Lake (Green-Cyclical) Economy assets: Life cycle approach human need: end-utilize approach EPR and outline for condition is modern private enterprise a type of quantitative advancement or gathering? clarifies why proficiency or even benefit isn't sufficient: question of self intrigue Stahel : issue of obligation Beyond Capitalism & Socialism: What types of Ownership bolster Stewardship ?

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Industrial Ecology & Service Industrial ecostructure: Reuse-based Manufacturing involves new levels of maker risk lessens both the stream of assets and their speed through the economy supports nearby/territorial economies, and encourages high expertise levels

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Manufacturing & the Ecological Service Economy Production adds to Qualitative Wealth Waste Equals Food Dematerialization of Production and Higher Resource Efficiency Reduction of the Speed of Resource Flow through the Economy Appropriate Scale Regenerative Work is Created New Rules & Closed Loops: LCA and EPR

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Production in an Eco-economy Craft: cash and the economy of work time Eco-framework and nourishment, vitality and water Eco-mechanical Parks and Networks modern environments biorefineries eco-Flexible Manufacturing Networks

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Benign Materials & the Carbohydrate Economy plant matter as the first wellspring of synthetics & plastics natural insurgency & hereditary designing: make conceivable less expensive & more productive formation of chemicals. biochemicals: less lethal & corrupt more rapidly than petrochemicals. cleansers, paints, colors, inks, cements, textures, building materials, and so on zero release and mechanical bunches finish utilization of plant materials ranches, biorefineries and green urban communities

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The Centrality of the Landscape "The modern age supplanted the common procedures of the scene with the worldwide machine… while regenerative outline looks for now to supplant the machine with scene." … John Tillman Lyle

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The Soft Energy Path An adaptable different blend of vitality supply Primacy of Renewable vitality sources Focus on End-utilize , on Conservation, and on proficiency of utilization Energy coordinated to the job that needs to be done in both QUALITY and SCALE Participation-arranged structure- - in both generation and utilization People-serious improvement and Job-creation

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Energy & Spatial Organization Energy & the Landscape Eco-framework: running with nature The Eco-framework Model: eco-infill Integrating the Divided Economy Every place a locus of eco-generation Buildings as makers not only buyers of vitality

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Key Areas of Green Building Green Building Certification - new development - retrofit - neighbourhoods Natural Building & eco-group plan

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Loops in Building

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"Waste" & Design for Adaptability: Shearing Layers

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Localization LOIS versus TINA Local First not "purchase nearby" Multipliers Employment Stability/security Peak Oil/Corporate Mobility Quality of Life Efficiency