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Title: Cradle%20to%20Cradle,%20en%20wat%20(ecologische)%20duurzaamheid%20nog%20meer%20is


1
Cradle to Cradle, en wat (ecologische)
duurzaamheid nog meer is
  • Prof.dr.ir. Taeke M. de Jong
  • Almere 20071021

2
Lagen in het afwegingskader
3
Paradox of scale
4
Levels of scale to be aware of
  • Different levels of scale mean different legend
    units, categories, views, approaches, conclusions

5
Contextanalysis
6
For example 4 usual scenarios
Scale? Culture? Technology? Ecology? Space?
7
! is only one of 1065 scenarios
8
Questionnaire of futures
  • Field of problems Probable - Desirable
  • Field of aims Desirable - Probable

9
Journals28 October 2007
Dutch cradle to craft
Advertentietekst Aan het einde van een lang
leven wordt je oude auto vakkundig gedemonteerd.
85 ervan wordt hergebruikt, en binnenkort is dat
zelfs 95. De vulling van de autostoelen wordt
opnieuw gebruikt als isolatie en in sportmatten,
autoramen en koplampen worden flessen, en de
banden bijvoorbeeld rubberen stoeptegels.
Vandaag recyclen we onze 3 miljoenste auto. Daar
kunnen we met zn allen trots op zijn! De
autobranche zegt wel eens Was iedereen maar zo
netjes op het milieu. Auto Recycling Nederland
is een onderneming van BOVAG, FOCWA, RAI en
STIBA. www.arn.nl, email info_at_arn.nl
10
Cradle to cradle extending R1m
  • From recycling into upgrading beforehand
  • Leaving more possibilities
  • Choice for future generations supposes
  • not only our choice.
  • Freedom of choice supposes
  • diversity, opportunity to choose (risk cover for
    life)
  • health, ability to choose.

11
Declining biodiversity and health
  • No other environmental problems
  • even energy is no durable problem if it does not
    affect biodiversity or health at last
  • solar power 6000 x current human use of energy
    after all.
  • Complex on itself
  • local, regional, continental or global diversity?
  • within a year, a decade, a century?
  • the same applies for health.

12
Rarity
  • measures the uniqueness of location
  • drives evolution, biodiversity, surprise
  • motivates technical innovation
  • determines economic scarcity, value
  • determines cultural identity, pride
  • touches the electorate of governance
  • touches all layers

13
Rarity and reparabilityevaluating alternatives
by space and time
14
Continental vegetation types
Dutch rarity water management
Bohn et al.(2001)
15
Water, secret of Dutch diversity
De Bruin (2007)
16
Different ecologies involved
17
Land water gradients R100m
18
Land water gradients R10m
19
Boundary richness,condition of diversity
Limes convergens, limes divergens, gradient
20
Ecologicaltolerance
21
Quality f(variation)
22
The ecologists view
  • Andrewartha (1961)Ecology is the scientific
    study of the distribution and abundance of
    organisms.
  • Krebs, C.J. (1972, 1992) Ecology is the
    scientific study of the the interactions that
    determine the distribution and abundance of
    organisms.
  • Begon Harper Townsend (1996) Ecology is the
    scientific study of the the interactions that
    determine the distribution and abundance of
    organisms, populations and communities.

23
The designers view state of distribution(form)
24
Alternatives of form states of dispersion on one
level of scale
25
The dispersion of two world-wide rare species
marsh fleawort (moerasandijvie)
black-tailed godwit (grutto)
26
Autecology dispersion of one population and its
habitat
Gadwall duck (krakeend)
04 Garland Weed Class (eendekroosklasse)
27
States of human dispersionon different levels of
scale
28
Principles of urban extension
29
Built and open space
30
Interpreting HNS Pampus
31
Interpreting Hosper Pampus
32
Interpreting TKA Pampus
33
Interpolating plans to 50 000 inhabitants each
(spatial scenarios)
to compare states of dispersion (form)
34
Open space
35
Possibilities for nature (HNS)
36
Possibilities for recreation (HNS)
37
Open space first
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