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The Post-Wall Street Era Will be Local - Local Futures

The Post-Wall Street Era Will be Local - Local Futures | ECONOMIES LOCALES VIVANTES | Scoop.it

A post by Raphaël Souchier (France)


"Thousands of local entrepreneurs around the world have in common a powerful and creative vision of the world. They have decided to translate their vision into their own lives, their work and their relationships: a concern for consistency, the courage to take risks, to fail and to start over and, lastly, the will to share their passion with those around them and those who will follow..."

Raphael Souchier's insight:

"Why not decide—calmly and once and for all—that only that which is good for humanity and for life is good for business?"

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Forum Agriculture de demain: vers des modèles agricoles plus résilients et plus durables, à Libramont (Wallonie)

Forum Agriculture de demain: vers des modèles agricoles plus résilients et plus durables, à Libramont (Wallonie) | ECONOMIES LOCALES VIVANTES | Scoop.it

Dans le cadre du salon Tomorrow qui aura lieu les 21, 22 et 23/03/2014, la Foire de Libramont et la Lunt Foundation  organisent le samedi 22 mars au centre de congrès de Libramont une journée de conférences et débats sur le thème: "Agriculture de demain : vers des modèles agricoles plus résilients et plus durables".

Raphael Souchier's insight:

J'interviendrai à cette occasion sur le rapport entre globalisation et localisation dans l'agriculture. Des débats passionnants en perpective. Si vous êtes dans la région, soyez les bienvenus.

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Raphael Souchier's comment, March 24, 2014 5:37 PM
La journée fut à la hauteur des promesses. La Wallonie de l'agriculture de demain et des circuits courts était au rendez-vous :) Bravo et merci à Guibert del Marmol et à son équipe.
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The new geography of trade: globalization’s decline may stimulate local recovery

The new geography of trade: globalization’s decline may stimulate local recovery | ECONOMIES LOCALES VIVANTES | Scoop.it

It is an article of faith that global trade will be an ever-growing presence in the world. Yet this belief rests on shaky foundations. Global trade depends on...

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For a more localized world/ Pour un monde plus localisé

For a more localized world/ Pour un monde plus localisé | ECONOMIES LOCALES VIVANTES | Scoop.it
Benefits of native knowledge systems and cultures highlighted at ‘Economics of Happiness’ meet in Bangalore
Raphael Souchier's insight:

Bangalore. 3 jours pour faire le point sur l'impact de la mondialisation économique sur les différents écosystèmes et cultures, et sur les multiples bienfaits d'un renforcement des économies, cultures et systèmes de connaissance locaux.

 

A three-day gathering aimed at examining the impacts of the global economy on diverse cultures and ecosystems, and exploring the multiple benefits of strengthening local economies, knowledge systems and cultures.

 
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Regionalism Now: placemaking + emergent vernacular

Regionalism Now: placemaking + emergent vernacular | ECONOMIES LOCALES VIVANTES | Scoop.it

Reconsidering placemaking in the age of globalization...

 

In an ever more interconnected and globalized world, the concept of regionalism seems both out of step and more relevant than ever. And the architects associated with an architecture of place are keenly aware that—whatever the wider world thinks—their work is not based on a menu of fixed typologies but on adaptive values. Regionalism today is not about quoting barns and silo-shaped houses but rather actively engaging with the deeper forces driving specifics of form—whether it’s time, culture, climate or cost.

Critic David D'Arcy reexamines Kenneth Frampton's canonical essay on Critical Regionalism with fresh eyes, while AN editors survey projects and practitioners that are carving out new principles as they engage with—or resist—the notion of regionalism...

 

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