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According to an opinion poll in Germany and Austria, nearly 90 per cent of the population want an “alternative economic order”. The “Common Welfare Economy” comprises the core elements of an alternative economic order and at the same time is open for cooperation and synergies with other alternatives. Our goal is to establish a legally binding framework, in which values oriented towards the common good can prosper. The author and political activist Christian Felber developed the basis for the Common Welfare Economy in his book Neue Werte für die Wirtschaft. Eine Alternative zu Kommunismus und Kapitalismus (New Values for the Economy. An Alternative to Communism and Capitalism) in 2008. In response to this publication, numerous entrepreneurs have come together in order to refine the model together with Christian Felber and have termed it “Common Welfare Economy”.

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Times are tough for millions of people around the world, and even those that aren’t struggling are looking for a way off the merry-go-round of consumerism. This need for something different sparked explosive growth among companies and online communities hoping to facilitate more bartering, making, and sharing in 2011…and that growth shows no signs of stopping in 2012.

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Design Philosophy Papers (DPP) sets out to contribute to a far more informed understanding of design and the agency of design in the made world. It also aims to develop the level of comprehension of the made world’s impact upon ‘natural systems,’ mind, cultures and the prefiguration of futures. In this context, design is understood as encompassing directive thought, design practices, design process, designed objects, structures and environments. The agency of design stems from actions associated with all of these.

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Marko Kuuskorven väitös sisältää oppilaitten ja opettajien haastatteluja oppimisympäristöstä. Mielipiteitä on kyselty Suomen lisäksi Belgiassa, Espanjassa, Hollannissa ja Ruotsissa.

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Extreme Weather, Climate & Preparedness in the American Mind reports results from a nationally representative survey of 1,008 American adults.

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But now we have an explosion of smart products, which passively collect data about you and your specific behavior, and tell you a story which is designed to directly influence you. This is a byproduct of our Internet of Things progress. Now that sensors are available at the consumer level—GPS, accelerometers, RFID—anything can become a data-collecting smart product. I refer to this wave of products and services as “Behavior Change as Value Proposition.” These are products that have an explicit or implicit value proposition based on influencing your behavior.

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As the world’s wealthiest individuals buy multiple city homes, locals are seeing a negative impact on their communities

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Rebooting Democracy is Oregon’s festival of ideas, innovation and democracy. It’s a weekend conference of workshops and policy discussions with the state’s leading thinkers, campaign skills trainings with our most talented organizers, and plenty of time to mingle with rising leaders from politics, nonprofits, startups, the arts and more.

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persistently plays down the difficult trade-offs that businesses often have to make, even in ventures with clear potential for social good (eg, advising a ravaged country on how to cut poverty, at the risk of bolstering its dictatorship). In arguing that “the purpose of the corporation must be redefined as creating shared value, not just profit per se,” he risks giving politicians carte blanche to meddle in the private sector

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