“Growing like cells, connected to each other, sharing our experiences new communities can be included in the system, which can provide for energy to each other, can do barters, can try individual systems of financial settlements, so balance each other. In this way the many small pilot projects make one operating system covering large geographical areas.” Pilot projects – Thought experiment
The Network Society World Congress is about the decentralization and distribution of the fundamental pillars of the nation state and the consequences for economic activity and social organization. Leading speakers analyze the technologies that are at the basis of this fundamental shift. Debate strategies need to adapt to the unstoppable changes that are rapidly arriving.
In this document’s first part we’re introducing the ENVIENTA project. In the second chapter we’re examining the widespread opportunities for individuals, communities, educational institutions, local governments, cooperating business partners and investors to participate in the project.
ENVIENTA offer a crucial pathway to future employment and experience for the next generation of community leaders and innovators. Through this ongoing program, we’re collaborating with certain schools to give students more opportunities and to develop their skills.
The ENVIENTA project was selected into a non-profit, non-equity, independent development program for social projects using tech; with a modular offering designed flexibly to fit any local context. The Social-Digital Innovation Initiative (SDI) is committed to creating a world where social solutions use technologies meaningfully, are impact driven, sustainable and benefit and belong to those who create them.
“There are only 95 days left before we reach Day Zero.” — Cape Town council made a statement in its release on January 15th, 2018. “The Day Zero, when the city is forced to shut down the majority of taps, will arrive on April 21st, 2018.” With the participation of ENVIENTA, an international coalition was set up to address the crisis.
Introducing EcoHouse, which can be built in a few days for much less than an average home. As an intelligent home, it has an automatic ventilation system, it can detect the exhausted air or close the windows also when it is raining. It is monitoring and controlling the temperature, optimizing the consumption of the electronic devices and sending reports to the owner. Additionally, there is a built-in smart garden system.
ENVIENTA Hungary organises the Do It Yourself Festival offering a great opportunity to present the “maker culture” and its experience the joy of DIY. The secondary goal is to organise a project addressing local affairs through which the local participants will be enabled to work together and feel the community achievement.