Should it be a series of smaller competitions?
The question: ”What is the process of a competition for a sustainable community and what are the indicators of it?” provoked interesting opinions in the online audience. Competitions are effective and can present a whole range of views in a short period of time. But could there be a new form of 2–3 smaller competitions with practical seminars between? Could there be a number of networked groups in the process? And the indicators – what should they be? Maybe one is for biological carrying capacity and an other could be deeply emotional!
Workshop 2, comments from the online audience
Not exactly traditional - instead of a " Big International" in this case there could be a new form of 2-3 Smaller Competitions with practical seminars between. In the beginning absolutly open not "invited jetstars".
Frank David 27.10.2010 16:28
A good, natural competition-process is in Sibboborg is best in maller steps
Frank David 27.10.2010 16:18
Those responding to competition do so as professionals and experts who must also consider the local situation as well as regional. So, yes competitions are effective and can present a whole range of views in a short period of time.
André Van Tulder 27.10.2010 13:27
This competition aspires to be wider in context than is typical as it purposefully challenges many notions of how we live and the process that regulate and manage them. Yes, in this way the competition has a thread as it were that must play out on a longer time frame but maybe another part can be more focused? Why not a number of networked groups
André Van Tulder 27.10.2010 13:20
Indictors: one could be the "biological carring capacity" of the unique local Sipoo landscpe(s). An indicator could be deeply emotional: what do we innermost like in our environment-community? It´s sounds subjective but can " emotional" on a deeper level pragmatic- objective ?
Frank David 27.10.2010 15:13