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LE MEILLEUR SUFFIT (une histoire des coopératives de consommateurs d'avant-hier à demain)/

deDenys Piningre (2017)
/https://vimeo.com/214972979 (mot de passe)

Définition des communs

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Let's co-invent the art of commoning !

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https://prezi.com/bb2lbeyy_wsg/lets-co-invent-the/


Mouvement des communs, Prélude

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Everyone Can Be a Remixer de ZEMOS98

https://vimeo.com/98719845

Foundation For Ecological Security

Reclaiming the Commons : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYKHyzqd-U4
A Common Right India https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgIFjKitefI

Guanyem Barcelona

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCLxp3IHZTg
Barcelona En Comú

COMMONS IN ACTION IASC COMMONS

Knowledge Commons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3N9Gb3bKzQ

Commons are forms of governance and governance strategies for resources created and owned collectively. Knowledge commons governance is likely to be key to successfully addressing important social issues in medicine, environmental protection, education, science and beyond. It is critical for us to study knowledge commons and learn how variations and governance affect outcomes: what works, what doesn't. Recently a group of university researchers affiliated with IASC has founded a new internet based research network called Workshop on Governing Knowledge Commons - knowledge-commons.net We encourage others interested in these topics to connect with us!

Grupo de Estudios Ambientales' Story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzHWelZ_dYY

"Commons in action" is a joint program by the IASC and the Elinor Ostrom Award.

A Japanese story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFVwm3earxU

The animation was done by the Viumasters. Get to know their work at viumasters.com

Foundation for Ecological Security's story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgeQtIDGLnw

IASC COMMONS

The Foundation for Ecological Security was set up in 2001 to reinforce the massive and critical task of ecological restoration in India. The Foundation strives for a future that is based on a holistic understanding of the principles that govern the interrelationships of various life forms and natural systems. The essence of these efforts lies in intertwining principles of nature conservation and local self-governance in order to accelerate ecological restoration, as well as improve the living conditions of the poor.

"As 'ecological security' is the foundation of sustainable and equitable development, the Foundation for Ecological Security (FES) is committed to strengthening, reviving or restoring, where necessary, the process of ecological succession and the conservation of land, forest and water resources in the country."

To this end FES:

Works towards the ecological restoration and conservation of land and water resources, in the uplands and other eco-fragile, degraded and marginalized zones of the country and to set in place the processes of coordinated human effort and governance to this end;
Undertakes work either directly, or with and through a range of democratic village institutions, their federal bodies, and civil society organizations, set up through initiatives that are ecologically sustainable, socially and economically equitable and provide relief to the poor, in particular;
Ensures the ecological integrity of all efforts by working, as far as possible, with entire landscapes, and with all the interrelated communities within it, through a range of arrangements on their land and aquatic resources, whether Commons, Public or Private;
Works for and promote stability of the ecosystems through the protection and restoration of biological diversity, including the diversity of species, age diversity, genetic variability as well as that of structural composition;
Collaborates with Panchayat Raj and other democratic village institutions, as well as appropriate civil society organizations, in their efforts to contribute towards the objectives of the Society, and to provide technical and financial assistance to them.

"Commons in action" is a joint program by the IASC and the Elinor Ostrom Award.

The animation was done by the Viumasters. Get to know their work at viumasters.com

Peer-to-Peer Economy with Michel Bauwens, P2P Foundation (HD), BonVoyage E.49

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb98IV7oqL4