Cécile Marsille
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Sharing work to create employment and increase quality of life

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucas R. Ivorra Peñafort Jun 5, 2013. 2 Replies

Sharing jobs and working less... until 21 hours a week?Moving towards a less materialistic lifestyle with more free time and tackling the actual social endemic problem of youth employment at the same…Continue

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Lucas R. Ivorra Peñafort replied to Cécile Marsille's discussion Sharing work to create employment and increase quality of life
"This is such a great idea: when you realize that, in many cases, the jobs approach towards meeting "deliverables", the minimum daily working time is not as important as meeting the "deliverables" in the most efficient…"
Jun 5, 2013
Cécile Marsille commented on Rosanne Verbree's blog post A sharing community
"here another very inspiring video on the broader topic: http://sacred-economics.com/film/"
Mar 25, 2013
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Mar 25, 2013
Cécile Marsille commented on Rosanne Verbree's blog post A sharing community
"Thank you Rosanne, very great video! Collaborative consumption is today on everybody's lips and I can't wait to see every body USING these models, as a real part of their consumption. It is also very exciting to know that collaborative…"
Mar 25, 2013
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GNSL Team commented on Cécile Marsille's blog post astonishing short movie on the reaction of consumers to (not) sustainable food products
Mar 22, 2013
Nathalie Spittler replied to Cécile Marsille's discussion Sharing work to create employment and increase quality of life
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Mariana Nicolau commented on Cécile Marsille's blog post astonishing short movie on the reaction of consumers to (not) sustainable food products
"Very interesting experiment, Cécile! That's why many researches have found out that information alone does not necessarily bring on behavioral changes. Our attitudes and the way we behave are very much influenced by our interactions with…"
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Mar 15, 2013
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astonishing short movie on the reaction of consumers to (not) sustainable food products

A ficitive company AGRAPROFIT is offering very cheap products with full transparency on the supply chain... bad working conditions for workers or living conditions for animals...Check the video to see how consumers reacted and how much price plays a role in consumer preferences.How would you have reacted?A nice campaign by Naturland and Weltladen - Short movie in German with English subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgCD-4Q-4WoSee More
Mar 15, 2013
Nathalie Spittler liked Cécile Marsille's blog post e-health: very nice stroke prevention video
Mar 11, 2013
Cécile Marsille posted a discussion

Sharing work to create employment and increase quality of life

Sharing jobs and working less... until 21 hours a week?Moving towards a less materialistic lifestyle with more free time and tackling the actual social endemic problem of youth employment at the same time. Is that a good deal?Check this video from the New Economics Forum: http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/21-hoursSee More
Mar 8, 2013
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e-health: very nice stroke prevention video

Very well done video to teach people how to recognise signs of a stroke: highly pedagogic and playful.It is in French, but everyone can understand without understanding the language I guess.I believe that this kind of very simple and fun videos or educative games have a great potential to build capacity on sustainable lifestyles.Have a quick look: http://www.avcvitele15.com/…See More
Mar 8, 2013
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Mar 4, 2013

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What is your main area of expertise?
sustainable business and entrepreneurship

international environmental policy
What is your main interest in lifestyles?
innovative approaches to increase the diversity of choices of sustainable lifestyles, and to make them happen for all in different parts of the world.
What are you seeking in the GNSL?
Tool sharing, Access to resources
How do you envision your lifestyle in 2030?
Living in a city, growing some food on my roof, and buying the rest from an organic farmer in the surrounding,
My children would go on foot or by bike to school safely,
All the facilities (energy, water supply, appliances, furniture...) from my house would be managed by companies or public services that take the responsability of doing it in a sustainable way and do it in a good and efficient way.
Participation in local public debates and decisions.
Healthy, sportive and artisitic leisure activities,
Half-time work and half time spent in voluntaring activties for my community.
Not too much time spent sitting in front of the computer at work. Work in the field together with people.
It would be great!

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astonishing short movie on the reaction of consumers to (not) sustainable food products

Posted on March 15, 2013 at 12:48pm 2 Comments

A ficitive company AGRAPROFIT is offering very cheap products with full transparency on the supply chain... bad working conditions for workers or living conditions for animals...

Check the video to see how consumers reacted and how much price plays a role in consumer preferences.



How would you have reacted?

A nice campaign by Naturland and Weltladen - Short movie in German with English subtitles:…

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e-health: very nice stroke prevention video

Posted on March 8, 2013 at 11:11am 1 Comment

Very well done video to teach people how to recognise signs of a stroke: highly pedagogic and playful.

It is in French, but everyone can understand without understanding the language I guess.

I believe that this kind of very simple and fun videos or educative games have a great potential to build capacity on sustainable lifestyles.

Have a quick look: http://www.avcvitele15.com/…

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