A Collaborative take on Planetary Economic Activities, Natural Ecosystems and
the Society: the Cyclical, Green, Evolutionary and Ecological Alternative to Capitalism (2028)
ARCHITECT • HUMAN GEOGRAPHER • PHOTOGRAPHER
What is a Synthesis?
Two System Approaches
Understanding the Collaborative Perspective
Unfolding the Planetary Scope
The Existing Economic System
What is Capitalism?
What is Capitalist Growth?
What is Capitalist Competition?
What is Capitalist Rationality?
What is a Valuta?
The Alternatives to Capitalism
What is an Ecological Economy?
What is a Green Economy?
What is a Circular Economy?
What is a Collaborative Economy?
What is an Evolutionary Economy?
Why is it Important to have a Collaborative and Planetary Scope?
What is the Difference between Cyclical and Linear?
A Capitalist Valuta or a Green Valuta, how does these differ?
How Does a Visual Model of a Cyclical, Evolutionary, Ecological and Green Economy, based on a Green Valuta; a synthesis; a Loop Economy, look like?
Collaboration: Co-creation, co-working and co-evolving at different Geographical Scales
Why Can the Loop Economy, based on Planetary Collaboration, Contribute in Saving the Planet?
On the Transition from a Linear to a Loop Economy, What Does it Take?
A Step-by-step Tranistion from Capitalism to a Loop Economy Synthesis
To adress the Hardcore of Capitalism: Perpetual Growth, Competition and Rationality
Why Can these Hardcore Capitalist Economic Activities, Contribute in Destroying the Planet?
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