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a cool nested rip apples you'd be summed up or um
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number twenty so i couldn't we
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i know i will i will i will
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like the strong in the wrong deuce yeah on pit
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it affected most that don't stick to it where you're sure to a regular nine eleven in the pine minute
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'cause i get up to the fair meet yep was it to the public problematic on and on
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give it enough to teach a pretty good yea to
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eliminating object reports the sounds which can be okay
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seven don't come with a survey who's ah the phenomena experiment dollars of more you might pick it do
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in the joint player compassion will be getting a call so much your your channel data source
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it's gonna be and makes expose if a team that put two of lack the the the consequence next fast uh
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she continued to sit men yeah if they are uh not want to live in to name a secular
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long the they just don't usually think more in e. d. t. d. v. c. that yeah they they
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put a can of open system all isn't usually eh a concern only typical chic below plan it
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all fit the song for the problem level two seconds on plus it lives in disowned or mentor
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no small uh and this past the the man is but he had to be
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many c. not limited delicately workers' let this you over the
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open challenge come up as we say in english
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is the the centre of the question of how the city should go i'm
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gonna switch into english right now because we have english speaking yeah yeah
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guests that would rather understand what we're saying is that right so i hope i now understand that the french speaking
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a geneva population is much better inclined to speak better
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and to understand english is okay for you
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is a great thank you so as you can see that on those two images the first one is it yeah it forecasts
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of the organisation uh on the thousand haunted by talks yeah it's
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in in a in a key sticks in nineteen fifty six
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which is very very much similar to what is today happening
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at least in the global norse and the global cells
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continue follows from that since i'm was very much i'm impressed to see how much one yeah for example is
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didn't didn't use catching up with the norse yeah which was not something i had not really relaxed
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so you understand that energy and the consumption of energy is in
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some way the indicator of the change a oh thanks
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and it will
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it's not the only thing that is a we'll have to deal with the rest of the resources you are
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important but energy easily source which is in some way indicated the best indicator of what's going on right
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so i it for that reason i i i'd like to ask you
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to fasting struggles was going to the beat of mathematics now okay
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it understand what's going on which start from this very common unknown uh image of the
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eh per capita consumption of energy underworld between nineteen eighteen twenty eight two thousand ten
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of course as you i mean i understand the curve is not that because this per capita
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in fact the population you smart so much bigger between eighteen twenty and today that the
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real consumption of energy altogether is much much bigger than what we see here right
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it's goes really up 'cause population is much more similar that
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so what this energy why do we need energy we need energy to leave right i suppose
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let's go back to numbers now okay we're getting into the rough a part of the rally
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we were in nineteen eighteen two thousand eleven we consumed eight point
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nine billion of don't for d. b. don't like one point
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this all this is on the internet which is if you don't centre for meeting to do giles because
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it's the best way to to see how to relate it to the human needs to energy
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three hundred seventy three point eight except giles actions artist chanted in
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in the a. things power any of them additions here
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good so i if i'm mistaken but it's gonna just be one zero or or more not more so
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but in fact we know that the schumann metabolism everyday use of eight point four zero joe
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we need to know the to you every day it can for cuba job which corresponds to two
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thousand calories right just to eat and it just as much like the rest of the animals
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in october two thousand eleven and this i'm taking two thousand eleven because i had all the numbers for that year
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we were seven seven billion people on earth so we
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consumed we had in fact we needed fees against animals fifty eight point eight
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it yeah that charles we produce to this number here
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which means we produced six point three million
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yeah times more energy that one with norman the the one it's one of us needs
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per person
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each one of us
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um again that they had in this position six point
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three meeting um times the energy in it
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so what is this supplement energy in fact then you've
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got another graph which shows that the primary energy
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use of course developed eh divide into growth development
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maintenance and operations again here you have the basic human needs the fact
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we need exact and it it to leave but our culture needs much more energy than just
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existing we are all agreeing that we need much more energy
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than just the basic energy for metabolism another question is
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which gets into the core of the problem how much more energy do we need you know the to feel human
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what is the good number the good proportion of energy that we should use more than one really feel need as
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physical beings you know to say we're dignify people we can do what we want to do in our lives
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how much more mistake that i wear out how much energy do we have in this position
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it's a good way to start as well you couldn't do need want as much energy as you as you wish
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that you know there's a limit right this is the fame all the famous over should day what discussing
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we know there for that to have an eleven it was on seventeenth september
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after that date we started consuming the capital not the eh em interests
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which means that you could stopped to consume energy that day
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and and which is that that it by accident it two hundred seventeen to a day of the year
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would have consumed only one seventy six actual job
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which means would only have used four point sixty six million times the energy we need
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i think it's fair enough
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between six million four million four point five million
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well i think there's two things to do double holidays we can you know
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have a nice meal and all that so what i'm trying to
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say is that we our interesting working on that subject
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is to find out let's all say as with some friends was in english done for the for for the
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and then some along some that would be necessary in our but that
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would be i mean medium necessary just to have a human life
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again of course where not a nice so nice as to think that
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everybody does with the same ransom right i mean this is the
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difference between the in american beauty of energy every day and the rest in
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some other countries of the world so we know that this average
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is that not really exist the average person doesn't exist
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we're having differences but we're still knew some basic
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ideas average just to start with we no further of course that this average situation would have to be
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worked out much better we now not only that between can't use the the eye consumption of energies
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much very different but also within the same kind to between sixteen regions uses yeah how much
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space bailing should with new you know the do exist if
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you had to be uh uh yeah and and autonomous
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but it's what with the what the german scold badly enough as a specific that
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uh uh uh so we need at some point understand that our system of thought
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has changed in order just to find out and work out long some
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that would buy a system of thought and system of in the scientific and cultural development lead
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us to know how that's how much how we build 'cause building as we just said
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is it important part of the problem building we consume
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a lot of energy lots of resources and we have a c.
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o. two uh emission which is also very important so um
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it's just just to let you know how exciting things are how much far from are from the possibility to
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to create a relatively eh um uh how you say a sustainable system
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works too so we're getting into our our stuff right now architecture
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we need a spin is meant to set limits to growth uh is
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that a serious change in do you use of energy and material
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yeah we need to have you know the techniques and norms in techniques in new regulations
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but in in we need mainly to change the ways of life which is
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what uh and and what just sit very clearly before people don't
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want to change work where their way of life because it's something which
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is very deeply rooted in the in the past and the present
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architecture and planning are part of the process in fact here
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you have a a like a is small uh
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publicity interest page where you just say just make a little bit of
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uh how does it created a captain freeze on writing back your it's great it's good to have
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this idea for your backyard but in fact if we stay in fees image of the house
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as a basic a cultural image will never be able to change
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images are control media our culture that convey the wages wanna leave whatever
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you want you can just fill it up with portable tight
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this house will always make its inhabitants consume a lot of resources
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this is part of our story so you want to change
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our ways of live performance of a life forms of building would have to change it well how
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let's go back to history uh am the to this of course is a
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nice way to start always people have have nice images um we forget
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of course we know everybody knows ability is translation of the two saying you know the first thing we have to do is to
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centre cells and we forget though that in the to view
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this as a it it deserted arianna stravinsky first translation
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a they said a parable about the bonfire the the age that tried
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it in the middle of the forest and they have to decide
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with what they have to spend the night and they have to decide if they make a fire or they make it hot
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and all the question about the human life is this equilibrium between this
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balance between hot and or a fire energy and or shelter
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architecture is the basis of the of this negotiation it always was about this negotiation is that right
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so we take this little image or so finally people decided that building is important so they
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started building the study making soldiers and we came up with a very big hot
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in nineteen eighty fifty a the crystal palace which actually had the difference now is not only that
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people the are sheltered by the oh they also shelter inside the commodities the things they consume
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for the first time in history that was that is the biggest the first mall in history right yeah fortune doesn't exist anymore
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and we weren't but we know now that at this moment this very moment they
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the other two of the shelter and have to expose will have to
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it should be in french will have to a door because the the object of consumption happened in
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england in the in the nineteenth century him since then where these negatives buyer which is about
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eh adoring the optics we consume and his object are the ones that
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really consume a lot of energy as you know very well
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so this is the way we made our lives easier
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it came out uh also in other ways with the private life first
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how is the beginning of modern architecture is when i'm home
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morris's red house in england in a meeting fifty one
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this is the private life as we said and then it is the public life and this is the flight
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now we all see ourselves as fun or as people get bashed from our lawns having the right
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the license and the right to go around and be you know watch
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see the work change it's about the way of life right
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and so architecture and planning very much translated informs into from just the
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way we live to date a tourist visa from yeah that's right
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after that then this century with another type of for for another series
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another family forms that also conveyed the idea that we have there
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a life to live which has to be open has to be saying it's about a help
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it's about cars is about the movement it's about a fashion that this series of
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of models that architecture systematically translated into
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modes of life and vice versa
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we are barred affect the architect or other contractual eh um carter
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it's a very strong agent in this uh uh do in the development of
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the nineteenth and twentieth century way of life it wouldn't have happened otherwise
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but we are in fact some other today
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i mean this is the way uh uh we are
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artists sonya twenty century with the the the limits
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of the the the excess of these the series of
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uh the byproduct this we should be free
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and beautiful and and this is where our program starts our
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question therefore is how to get out of this
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in terms of forms in terms of concepts in terms of spatial capacity
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to leave in a way in in in in leipzig live lives
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in in in systems make systems of lived to fundamentally different
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and therefore
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we posed to the groups of researchers that we'll see today
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three questions first how should we nourish the hopes
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for a new series of visions urbanism on planning on the city that would continue with
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our how much you manage project how do we make sustainable it'll guess today
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second is how about humanitarian agencies the to use got it it
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was about hot uh but since then things haven't changed
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and we're still in always as you know in the question of humanitarian aid will have sixty five million people
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going around in the world to the refugees which is more than the victims of the second world war
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ah so there's a few reasons to believe that there is a important
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field of thought on the way eh things off to change and the third one is about are the measure
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how would you would we today uh am imagining existence optimum in optimum
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existence without excesses up or down of the of the past
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in fact with a little bit of freedom and asking with a bit of use to
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to forgive us we suggest that architecture and planning to they are not there
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to protect
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man from nature the actually there to protect major from
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our reason to make architect to the has definitely
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and profoundly changed things that in this century
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the reason we're here is to see how these changes possible
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how we can make it and interfaces how could make examples
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and how can they create the general political eh
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a component to the to the point that the politics that upon holders just said
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how can we help this range part policy did the implemented in fact
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therefore i welcome you here today into base a program of research
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i hope you'll uh uh continue a following and i'm just gonna present now very quickly the
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thank the only thing that we uh invited to
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a accompanist doing the whole this whole process
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yeah i'm starting by something down in the middle who is an engineer and organised is
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a professor at the university price one researcher and very well known in a yeah
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france and white conquer works about circular economy and uh
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the uh all the the related eh feels
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anybody who's a sociologist and the profession or uh that you what's
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also nobody no noticeable opponent of in a in geneva
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uh i'm dominic ball was a philosopher and the professional in their lives
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and that's kind of what they and architects unprofessional in grenoble
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or what's out there was an echo economist in westminster in on them and into
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forked the was a landscape architect and the professor of the th in the
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so uh we asked them to be with us today and in the fall
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in sessions that we will be announced uh and the next months
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in order to um see the first group of
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teams that start up this program presenter works
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eh discuss with them and help them develop better uh the research in order
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to arrive at the end with some products that would be a him
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well received useful and will certainly open to another series
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of of project that would go on for

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PRÉSENTATION DE LA JOURNÉE DE SÉMINAIRE
Panos MANTZIARAS, Directeur, Fondation Braillard Architectes
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:10 a.m.
ALLOCUTION
Antonio HODGERS, Conseiller d’État chargé du département de l’aménagement, du logement et de l’énergie (DALE), République et canton de Genève
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:11 a.m.
INTRODUCTION
Panos MANTZIARAS, Directeur, Fondation Braillard Architectes
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:24 a.m.
ABRIS D’URGENCE À GENÈVE
Philippe BONHÔTE // Ivan VUARAMBON, Architecte, professeur, Joint Master of Architecture, HES/GE-HEPIA // Architecte, chargé de missions auprès de la DDC
8 Dec. 2016 · 9:46 a.m.
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VIVRE DEMAIN LA VILLE DE BASSE DENSITÉ
Nicolas TIXIER // Jennifer BUYCK, Architecte, professeur, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble // Architecte, maître de conférences, Institut d’urbanisme de Grenoble
8 Dec. 2016 · 10:15 a.m.
RÉPONDANTS : VIVRE DEMAIN LA VILLE DE BASSE DENSITÉ & ABRIS D’URGENCE À GENÈVE
Dominique BOURG // Rémi BAUDOUI, Philosophe, professeur - Institut de géographie et durabilité, Faculté des géosciences et de l’environnement, Université de Lausanne // Sociologue, professeur - Département de science politique et relations internationales, Université de Genève
8 Dec. 2016 · 10:44 a.m.
SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT URBAN INFRASTRUCTURES - INSIGHT FROM CASE STUDIES
Katharina SCHNEIDER ROSS // Marco GROSSMANN, Deputy Executive Director - Global Infrastructure Basel // Director Implementation Services - Global Infrastructure Basel
8 Dec. 2016 · 11:42 a.m.
PROJET ATLAS - ATLAS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE POUR L’ESPACE ALPIN
Peter DROEGE, Architect, professor, Liechtenstein Institute for Strategic Development
8 Dec. 2016 · 12:08 p.m.
RÉPONDANTS : PROJET ATLAS - ATLAS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE POUR L’ESPACE ALPIN
Pascal ROLLET // Robert SADLEIR, Architecte, professeur, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble // Économiste - Westminster University
8 Dec. 2016 · 12:35 p.m.
ATLAS ARCHITECTURAL D’ÉCONOMIES CIRCULAIRES
Grégoire BIGNIER // Peggy GARCIA, Architecte-ingénieur, chercheur, Laboratoire LIAT, ENSAPM // Architecte, postgrade EPFL - Maître assistant associé, ENSAPM
8 Dec. 2016 · 2:52 p.m.
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SCENARIOS FOR A COLLABORATIVE CITY SUSTAINABLE UTOPIA OF THE POLYCENTRIC RUHR REGION
Alexander SCHMIDT, Architecte, professor - Institute of City Planning + Urban Design, University Duisburg-Essen
8 Dec. 2016 · 3:18 p.m.
RÉPONDANTS : SCENARIOS FOR A COLLABORATIVE CITY SUSTAINABLE UTOPIA OF THE POLYCENTRIC RUHR REGION
Sabine BARLES // Gunther VOGT, Ingenieure, professeure - Universite Paris I, UMR Geo-Cites // Paysagiste, professeur?Institut fur Landschaftsarchitektur, ETHZ
8 Dec. 2016 · 3:49 p.m.
URBAN LIFE FOR SUBURBIA - THE TICINO CASE
Frédéric BONNET, Architecte, professeur - Académie d’architecture, Mendrisio
8 Dec. 2016 · 5:10 p.m.
ALPS - PROTOTYPES FOR THE ALPINE CITY-TERRITORY
PAOLA VIGANÒ, Architecte-urbaniste, professeure EPFL et IUAV, directrice du laboratoire Lab-U/ EPFL, membre fondateur de l’agence Studio 16, Milan
8 Dec. 2016 · 5:43 p.m.
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RÉPONDANTS : DENSUISSE - RECHERCHE PROSPECTIVE SUR LA DENSIFICATION DE L’ESPACE URBAIN SUISSE
Pascal ROLLET // Günther VOGT, Architecte, professeur, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble // Paysagiste, professeur Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur, ETHZ
8 Dec. 2016 · 6:13 p.m.
CONFÉRENCE / KEYNOTE SPEECH // CURRENT PREOCCUPATIONS
Reinier DE GRAAF, Architect - Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam 8 DÉCEMBRE 2016
8 Dec. 2016 · 6:39 p.m.
QUESTIONS // REPONSES
Reinier DE GRAAF, Architect - Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rotterdam 8 DÉCEMBRE 2016
8 Dec. 2016 · 7:21 p.m.

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