Towards Ecoism on the Road of Societal Resilience

Abstract : How citizens are able to understand eco-responsible conducts and a necessary community-based action in an individual world? With the "Transition Towns MOVIDA" project, we wish to identify levers related to a most collective and sustainable consumption. How our civilization can survive to a collective sclerosis accompanied with doomsayer's messages, increasing complexity and unstable governance? The present proposal consider major terms definition and practices, which can support the bounce to socio-ecological transition. When adaptive principles and practices runs for self-sufficiency and contributes to opportunity, availability or competition in a fragmented warming world, which behavioral response and social recovery indicators we can find for the creation of well-prepared and resilient communities The proposal attend to clarify the needs and the use of what can change individual and collective perception with a beneficial voluntary action.
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International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Territorial Intelligence, Socio-Ecological Transition and Resilience of the Territories". 30-31 May 2013, May 2013, Besançon-Dijon, France
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Franck Dubois. Towards Ecoism on the Road of Societal Resilience. International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Territorial Intelligence, Socio-Ecological Transition and Resilience of the Territories". 30-31 May 2013, May 2013, Besançon-Dijon, France. 〈halshs-00827681〉

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