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Transition from individualistic to communital living

              
We-Eco
is a way of living, learning, working, and sharing.

Living in communital villages will help us to come to a One Planet consumption pattern.


The end of the Individualistic way of living

The individualistic way of living is not sustainable and not affordable in the near future.






SWOT analyses on individualistic living and working, versus communital shared living and working:

The Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats
Versus
StrengthOpportunities, Strength, Opportunities


Individual 

Communal

 

 

 

 

S

Self-gain, money gain

S

Communal shared gain

W


Vulnerable individual- responsibility

O


Shared responsibility for everyone and everything

O


To consume without limits

S


Shared consumption, shared goods, recycling

T


Overconsumption, waste, and high expenses. High eco footprint

O


Consuming what is necessary, sharing, less waste, low expenses. Low eco footprint

 

All good things in live are for free!

-       The sun

-       The air

-       The earth

-       The resources

-       Water

-       Nature

-       Affection, love, sex

-       Convivial relationships

We can make use of them for free!

Unfortunately, by economic abuse, we have to pay for these natural things! In future, we can’t afford these things. They will not be available for free anymore.


Primary live needs, where we necessarily invest  (money or energy)  in:

-       Individual housing, renting or buying

-       Water, gas, electricity

-       Homemade (organic) food

-       Fulfilling, meaningful work

-       Hygiene

-       Medical costs, medicines

-       Education

-       Insurances

-       Selfmade or secondhand clothing 

Necessary furniture, appliances

 

Secondary live needs, not vital needs, we pay a lot of money for:

-       Transportation

-       Cars, petrol

-       Holidays, flying, hotels, camping-cars

-       Festivals

-       Lifestyle, presents

-       Clothing, fashion, and couture, children’s cloth and toys

-       Ordering by Internet

-       Luxury goods

-       Eating meat, and dairy

-       Ordering food, restaurants, fast food

-       Alcohol, cigarettes, plum, drugs, soft drinks, candy, ice cream

-       Internet, television, radio, telephone, smartphone

-       Pets

The footprint will be high in an individual luxury house measuring up from 135m2
and occupied by two persons. The only way to lower the footprint is by sharing the home,
the costs and the car usage with more families! With six persons, it is possible to have a
responsible footprint, in the given situation and go to One Planet! Do your footprint test.

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17-01-2023