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Assignment 6: Putting the Pieces Together – Develop a Vision of a Sustainable Agreement

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Transcript of Assignment 6: Putting the Pieces Together – Develop a Vision of a Sustainable Agreement

Our Common Project
"Deposit belongs next to the bin"
Team Open-Minded
Step 2: Resources
Step 3: Stakeholders
consumer
Step 4: Introducing change or improvement
What are the resources
in your project?
How the resources should be distributed and who should do this?
collector
city-representative
We like the idea of the "Pfandringe" you can see on the left
It needs to extend, because it helps the collectors to collect (see our video)
It is also good for environment because the bottles get recycled
In Hamburg, Germany there are new bins, there you cannot put your hand in it or to remove something
Extension of current ideas
The Change
is just to close the gap between poor and rich and bring public attention to the needs of the collectors.
The project
improves
the social responsibility of the german society

Info: This part is regarding to the lacks described in Step 1, the description of the project.

The most important and famous scientist in the field of Commons was “Elinor Ostrom“, an American professor for Politics (* 7. August 1933, † 12. June 2012).


→Referring to her developed 8 principles to managing a Common, we analyze our project and visualize our ideas, how to make it to a Common (our vision of the project).

How to make the project to a definitional Common
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
Trow-awayer
puts the bottle/money in the can
pollutes the environment because he prefers convenience
Collector
wants money to satisfy his basic needs
wants tasks and structure and dignity
Does not want pollution
Society
wanted social picture
wants to solve the environmental problem by recycling
City
wants to solve the environmental problem
tries to fix the problem by a new legislation for bottle recycling
Visualization of our ideas
Change
Improvement
Step 1: Scenario
Because of the ignorance of german people and the gap between rich and poor the project (initialized by “Machen statt Quatschen e.V.“) wants to:
Senzibilize them to don‘t throw away the deposit
Senzibilize them to alternative ways like
put the deposit next to the bin
put it in so called “Pfandringe“*



Function & tasks of the project
2003: Germany starts to charge deposit for drinks in one-trip, multi-trip and glass bottles for environmental reasons

Even if the deposit is up to 25 eurocents high, many germans throw their bottles away in bins

Background
Core aims & problems
Timeline
Principles of a Common
*(attachments where people can put their deposit in so that
the people don’t have to dig into the waste container)
The core problem is that the project just works against the sympton, not against the reason of the problem. It does not close the gap, it just makes the collecting easier for the people in need.
For that we comment the following short video.

Make it to a Common
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
The 8 principles of Elinor Ostrom*
Raise public attention
*(Source: http://reset.org/blog/aktion-pfand-gehoert-daneben, 17.08. 12:42 CET)
Regarding to Silke Helfrich, the project is actually not a Common, but can evaluate to it, because:
There is no mechanism for control, access
and utilization
There have to be rules and three fulfilled principles:
1. No overuse of the Resources
2. No underused of the Resources
3. No unnecessary excision

*(Source: http://www.boell.de/de/wirtschaft-soziales-commons-landingpage, 18.08.14, 12:29 pm CET, VIDEO IN GERMAN)

Regarding to David Bollier, the project is actually not a Common, but can evaluate to it, because:
We do not have such a powerful governmental system, which can integrate such projects as a Common (other example: Oceans)
The integration of deposit for bottles was a “top-down-derective“ of the elected representatives
1. No possible modification of the stakeholder
2. No continuity in the project
3. No duties and rights for the stakeholder

*(Source: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/p7n2i7ovrym/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal, 18.08.2014, 12:25 pm CET; from minute 17:18)
“Pfand gehört daneben“
The following aspects actually are not integrated in the of us chosen project:
The project has no rules for controll, access, utilization
No modification of the stakeholder according to the system is possible
No duties for the stakeholder, the whole system is just voluntary

“PFAND GEHÖRT DANEBEN“
IS NOT A COMMON YET, FOR IDEAS
TO DEVELOP THE PROJECT TO COMMON,
SEE STEP 4!

http://www.pfand-gehoert-daneben.de/
Close the gap between rich and poor
To solve the problem we need to close up the society
Rise awareness for the collectors problems

Improve social responsibility

More attention in the society to get donation
We need a regional project by the government
We need more marketing to get more attention
We need an ambassador who supports the project and gets attention

* Source: (http://www.youtube.com /watch?v=Ep_GiPyGG1k)
*(Source: http://reset.org/blog/aktion-pfand-gehoert-daneben, 17.08. 12:42 CET)

*(Source: http://www.pfand-gehoert-daneben.de/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/pfandring.png (21.08.2014, 10:00 CET)
*Because you simply don‘t throw money away

*(Source: http://mischakarafiat.de/portfolio/pfand-gehort-daneben/, 18.08.2014, 13:00 pm CET)

*(Source: http://www.change.org/de/Petitionen/leipzig-pfand-geh%C3%B6rt-daneben-herr-jung, 18.08.14, 12:58 pm CET)

*(Source: http://www.who-owns-the-world.org/2010/11/, 18.08.2014, 1:15 pm CET)

For further information see our assignment 3 “Analyzing Resources” https://negotiations.digital.leuphana.com/lab/analyzing-resources/submission
For further information see our assignment 3 “Analyzing Resources” https://negotiations.digital.leuphana.com/lab/analyzing-resources/submission
For further information see our assignment 4 “Introduction to Negotiations on Commons” https://negotiations.digital.leuphana.com/lab/augmenting-the-bargaining-zone/submission
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