Guide : Ecological transitions inspired by nature
This guide will be based on the concrete case studies carried out during the project, a survey of methods inspired by nature, as well as a survey of jobs in transition. The joint training courses carried out will also make it possible to feed it by adding content from the material used. It will highlight the motivations, attitudes, and values inclined to ecology on the one hand, and the knowledge and skills identified to facilitate it on the other hand. This guide will focus on the feasibility of ecological transitions, their rationality, and their desirability.
Target audience: professionals in consulting, training, support, in the fields of agriculture, construction, and land planning.
This project’ result consists in the preparation and the realization of 4 training sessions of 2 days, the first of which is led by Les 7 Vents, in Paris, France. This training aims to train trainers in methods inspired by nature, and aims to provide autonomy to participants to organize the following 3 trainings. The partners are the learners of this training.
The second is carried out by IAMB, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on August 23 and 24, 2023, on the theme: “Nature and agriculture, how to transcend the dominant/dominated relationship?”. The third is led by Taph Taph, in Seville, Spain, beginning of March 2024, which has the theme: “Bioconstruction: the living designer of buildings?”. Finally, the fourth is realized by the SCIC L’Arban, in Faux-la-Montagne, France, on June 26 and 27, 2024, on the theme of “Territorial metabolism: an experiential research solution?”
Learners: our target audience, in particular those whose profession is related to the respective training themes.
The training will be provided by the partners, as well as by speakers whose profession is related to the targeted areas.
The framework document summarizes the key competences of the profession of adviser in the field of ecological transitions. It refers to advice in the areas of agriculture, construction and territorial development. It focuses on the application of principles, mechanisms and strategies inspired by nature in professional practices. A preliminary business survey feeds the repository and identifies the effective transitions and the possible transitions of the professionals considered.