Germany is, in conventional terms, the strongest economy in Europe. However its econoly is based on a model that has put the proper survival of the biosphere in danger, and has little impact on the development gap in the world.
This is now changing, and adapting to this change will be vital for Germany to assure its inhabitants a sustainable quality of life, as well as its position in the world.
See: "Failing to adjust = failing to exist" ( Bank of England Head to the world's finance sector, april 2019 )
The growing awareness between germans of this trend and its risks does however miss an integrated systemic alternative.
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A collaborative databank of modulable documents, a program to 'scan' parcel-per-parcel, street-per-street, the potential for transition towards a sustainable and inclusive socio-economy, and a platform for coordinating in a e-rational way regional networks of local socio-economy units.
Keywords are sharing, re-using, recycling, repairing, renting, local products and services in detriment of imports, etc.
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