▶ BBC Radio 4 - Start the Week, The Future of Capitalism
Jeremy Rifkin "The Zero Marginal Cost Society" - YouTube
The Zero Marginal Cost Society
The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism: Amazon.co.uk: Jeremy Rifkin: Books
> Zero Marginal Cost: it costs nothing to produce more of a good - but you can't make a profit... unless you have monopolies...
Is capitalism driving itself out of business? - Fortune Management
> The Information of Things: as prosumers, producing your own stuff - whether publishing or music-making: using new transport and logistics systems.
Understanding IoT: The Internet of Things explained - Cloud Tech News
> The Energy Internet: making your own energy and selling it on the grid.
Three coalitions that could catalyze the Third Industrial Revolution. - Project Syndicate
Smart Grid Solutions - An Energy Internet
In Germany: 25% of the population have their own geothermal heat pumps, wind-turbines, solar-panels - through individual households and community enterprises.
Renewable energy debate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Germany in transition | Down To Earth
Germany and Energy Issues | The Energy Collective
> The Collaborative Commons: between private enterprise and the state: goods and services provided by the social economy/civil society: non-profit educational/sports/environmental organisations and economic activity.
Collaborative Consumption | Sharing reinvented through technology. Watch Rachel's TED Talk
Sharing economy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For every car which is shared, 15 new cars are not purchased.
The future of driving: Seeing the back of the car | The Economist
ACCESS: the Magazine of UCTC
Futures Forum: Resilience: "building a world of resilient communities"
Futures Forum: The Circular Economy
Futures Forum: Building resilience in local communities and economies: the Transition Town movement today
Futures Forum: Steady-state economy... Post-growth economy
Futures Forum: “Energiewende” – energy transformation... reducing dependence on fossil fuels and changing the role of the large traditional utilities.