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Using, choosing or creating the future?.
Collection of proceedings of the first international conference of The Consumer Citizenship Network Paris 2004
The results of the first year of cooperation amongst the partners of the Consumer Citizenship Network are reflected in this collection of the proceedings of the first annual conference of the Consumer Citizenship Network (CCN) March 2004. The Consumer Citizenship Network is a thematic network whose goal is to stimulate dialogue between researchers, educators and civil society as well as strengthen cooperation in relation to value education, civic training, and environmental and consumer education. The CCN is an interdisciplinary network of educators and researchers from 29 countries, and includes cooperation with UNESCO, UNEP and international citizenship and consumer organizations. The papers published in the book and included here in this digital collection indicate a wide diversity of approaches to the issues which constitue consumer citizenship. As with environmental topics, consumer citizenship issues can be seen from three distinct perspectives: fact-based, normative and pluralistic. All three perspectives can be found in these papers yet there is a common theme running through all. This is the recognition of the need to prepare for the future not only by observing trends but also by making conscientious choices and contributing to the creation of solutions to the challenges mankind is facing. There was a general consensus at the CCN conference that while the events of the present manifest the consequences of what we do and do not do, time′s transformations need not be the result of a deterministic classical mechanics. They can be new structures, new systems, and new solutions emerging from the seemingly chaotic encounter of numerous conflicting elements. Even without being able to recognize the complete image of the future, the parameters of visions of preferred tomorrows can be identified. Even without being entirely confident of the outcomes of our endeavours, there was confidence in the belief that we can contribute to modifications which will influence the direction development will take.
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