The Culture of Carsharing. Strasbourg, 12-13 mai 2011
" We have no money gentlemen, so we shall have to think." ( Statement made by theNobel Prize winner Professor Ernest Rutherford, on taking over the quite broke CavendishLaboratory in 1919, in the wake of the First World War)
Carsharing in France: 2000-2010
Opening, innovation, experimentation, diversity, fractionalization, reflection, adaptation,Communicationb.
Gradual and now accelerating crescendoc.
Great idea: Label Autopartage Parisd.
Reality: Successes, half-successes, failurese.
Learning curve and sharingf.
Annual (almost) conferences (going back to first at OECD in 1999)g.
"Proposition de la Loi sur Autopartage"
Carsharing in France: 2011
My guess it will expand by at. least 10- timesb.
We will see a great variety of types of organizationc.
I do not anticipate a dominant supplier (I.e., the nation under the heal of Zipcar or anyother.d.
The Paris Autolib pr will be a huge learning opportunity,.e.
Huge expansion of P2P carsharingf.
Continuous growth of "classic carsharing" (in all its variants)g.
Class carshare and P2P will come together in many places.h.
Carsharing will become the 1% solutioni.
The neighborhood car (What does it mean?) j.
A key to the future will be the ability of all concerned to better share information andknowledge as to what is going on at the leading edge in France . . . and beyond.
Improving Knowledge sharing in France (and beyond)
For carsharing -- but also all the other kindred forms of new mobilityb.
A quick tour of Wikipedia of key terms in key languages provides an interesting view on thiscollaborative learning environment that will be so important to support the better diffusionof the best ideas.c.
A French language "Wiki "on new mobility would be worth thinking aboutd.
Might be started by Club des Villes, GART and other playerse.
Might benefit from an informal but not inefficient editorial panelf.
Certainly a role for integrating various tailored types of social network.g.
Might find itself usefully supported by something along the lines of the dedicated Italiancollaborative blog
Thank about sharing more broadly and interacting with other language groups and projectsi.
Links to university and research programs, as well as projects