ACElab

Alpine Community Economies Lab

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ACElab
  • Project duration: March 2019 - December 2021
  • Project status: finished
  • Funding:
    Other EU Funding (EU funding / Project)
  • Total project budget: €180,277.00
  • Website: www.alpinecommunityeconomies.org

Alpine Community Economies Lab (ACElab) uses participatory and design thinking methods to support alpine communities in addressing cross-cutting concerns of sustainable socio-economic development outlined in the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region and the Alpine Convention. Via a gender-sensitive community-based research space in Rovereto (Trentino/Italy), a diversity of civic actors and policy makers will be engaged in the collaborative investigation of (trans)local economies (e.g. forestry, tourism, crafts) sustaining their valley district. Together developments that have both people and the environment at their core will be envisioned. To do so, expertise in design-led civic participation and feminist economic geography and the expertise in regional development and participatory governance of the Host (Centre for Advanced Studies) and Secondment institution (Habitat Unit, TU Berlin) will be mobilised. Together a multifaceted community economies toolkit will be prototyped, tested and refined to be released via open-access.

Publications
Das Lebenselixier alpiner Gemeinschaften
Elzenbaumer B, Dalla Torre C, Raffaetà R (2021)
Newspaper
SzeneAlpen

More information: https://www.cipra.org/de/publikationen/szenealpen-nr-107-gem ...

Design thinking methods and the diverse economies approach in collaborations between civic and public stakeholders
Elzenbaumer B (2021)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: Interdisciplinary Creative Problem Solving Lab | Bologna | 20.11.2020 - 2.4.2021

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/17802

Towards a Rural Commons Manifesto: Investigating emerging commoning practices, engaging communities, exploring design approaches through an itinerant and transregional Festival
Dalla Torre C, Elzenbaumer B, Favargiotti S, Ferretti M (2021)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: 61th ERSA Annual Congress | Bolzano | 24.8.2021 - 27.8.2021

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/18548

Launch of The Interdependence: a multi-local alliance between community economies initiatives
Elzenbaumer B, Böhm K, Szreder K, Gibson K, McKinnon K (2020)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: Liviana - Community Economies Research Network (CERN) - Online Conference | online | 2.11.2020 - 14.11.2020

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/16580

Community Economies: A Practice Exchange, 7-9 June 2019 Vallagarina, Italy
Elzenbaumer B (2020)
Berlin: Agents of Alternatives
(Alpine Community Economies Laboratory - Snapshot Journal #1)
Report

More information: https://www.alpinecommunityeconomies.org/2020/08/31/publicat ...

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/17124

COMUNfARE: making in common
Elzenbaumer B (2020)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: Spaces of Learning - Year 4 - MA Architecture, Sheffield Hallam University | Sheffield | 20.11.2020 - 20.11.2020

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/17786

Making alpine landscapes in common
Elzenbaumer B (2020)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: Mediated reconstructions| developing a historiographic design method in landscape | Toronto : 3.11.2020 - 3.11.2020

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/17776

Co-Creating Empowering Economic Systems: Strategies for Action
Brave New Alps, Elzenbaumer B (2019)
Journal article
Modes of Criticism

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/18504

Our partners

Technische Universität Berlin

Tavolo dell’Economia Solidale

Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A.

Municipality of Rovereto

La Foresta - Accademia di Comunità

Comunità Frizzante - Fare Bevande per Fare Comunità

The EU-Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP)

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Bianca Elzenbaumer

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Projects

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Project

PuKuVi

Biodiversity of cultivated species in the Puster Valley

Duration: December 2020 - May 2022Funding: Italy-Austria 2014-2020 (EUTC / EU ...

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