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Collaborative Consumption

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Robert Friar

on 26 November 2012

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Transcript of Collaborative Consumption

a bright idea Systems Product System Services Redistribution Markets Collaborative Lifestyles Principles Trust Between Strangers Belief In The Commons Critical Mass Idling Capacity Drivers Environmental Concerns -Deforestation
-Freshwater supply exhaustion
-resource scarcity
-Pollution / Global Warming Resurgence of Community -Corporate Image
-Corporate Philanthropy
-Suburban Sprawl Non-Collaborative Consumption without constraint or guidelines are part of what caused The Dust Bowl.
Large-scale collaborative systems such as farm subsidies and contour farming helped end it. This goes to show that we are capable of overcoming catastrophic events but only by working together. Peer to Peer Technologies -High Speed internet
-PayPal
-Wireless networking Cost Consciousness -Resource scarcity
-Shipping expenses
-Pay for what you use Consumption Collaborative This system is based on people with similar needs or interests banding together to share and exchange less-tangible assets such as time, space, skills, and money. "Rent What You Need"
These are important not only for sustainability but have become an increasingly profitable business model used or pre-owned goods are moved from somewhere they are not needed to somewhere they are. Over time, “redistribute” could become the fifth R—along with “reduce, reuse, recycle, and repair”. Evolution of smart products
alongside RFID technology and
mobile marketing will allow you to have what you need when you need
it for much cheaper -Becomes more and more
possible with advances in sensor tech
and RFID technology. -Can't lend your property to
someone you don't trust. -Respect for the next person who
rents that product -Belief that MOST people will do what is good for everyone -People have to have faith that
other consumers are responsible -Enough people participating
for the system to make sense
financially -Goods/services that are not being used directly by their owner. Enables sharing economy.


-Needed to provide stability to the market and service providers -The Vehicles of
Collaborative Consumption
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