TREASURE tasks and deliverables

@Nica, thank you for your instructions - when would be the deadline for this?

Would it be possible to do it by the end of this week?

Hi @Nica, the end of this week should be feasible!

@alberto I think I got it now…I noticed that I can click directly on the excerpt of the quote…Apologies for the mislead…

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@Nica, please find attached the quotes with the corresponding links. As I have to economize my time (and work hours), I will also send you a word document with the quotes in German.
Please let me know if you need any further explanations/clarifications.

Sustainability at the micro-macro level: Discourse about behaviours and effects on a small and large scale and their (possible) relationship to each other.

Electronics as a contested a means to an end: Approach to the development of electronics in/of cars and the question to what extent electronics can be a blessing and a curse at the same time, or how many questions go hand in hand with this development.

Fragmented agency: One’s own ability to act in connection with political decisions is questioned or emphasized.

Constrained visibility of knowledge and politics: The communication and transparency of political decisions, processes and economic interests regarding the automotive industry and its marketing is the subject of controversial debate.

The circularity of resources and recycling: To what extent objects are recycled and transformed under given circumstances and for sustainable, economic and political reasons.

Under-recognition/esotericism of “The Circular Economy” (could be a question/answer, where Jos has to explain what it is, or the interviewee says they are not sure what it is – I imagine there were a number of exchanges like that where you coded the interviews with “the circular economy code”?)

Tension between structure and agency (I can pull ones from the Ulm/Technorama ones myself, so from any of the others)

Comparison as sense-making/meaning-making “engine” (how we discussed it and @alberto articulated it in this thread)

A few “conditionality” codes that suggest/illustrate actionable conditions that might lead to people being more willing to practice circular economy and more sustainable behaviors.

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A question for @alberto mostly.

I am preparing a a package of Graphryder+docs which will be embedded in the eco-design module of the Treasure platform.
It is basically a link to the Treasure code network, a description of the tool and a brief manual on how to use it.
I found this document that could serve to that purpose if properly edited. I was wondering if we have ever prepared a summary of a kind (how to use GR for general public).

he document you found refers to Graphryder 1.0 (so, for example “the lasso tool” is no longer supported in 2.0). It is still valid as concerns the concepts and interpretation of the various graphs, but the instructions (starting at Lesson 5) should be rewritten with an eye to Graphryder 2.0. 2.0 was meant to be super intuitive. I think @hugi made some demo videos, though.

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