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Sharing Communities - Final report 2021
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.
IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.
2021 (English)Report (Other academic)
Abstract [sv]

I Sverige är många vana att dela både på utrymmen med stora offentliga rum och allemansrätten, funktioner som vård, idrottshallar, tvättstugor och avfallshantering, mobilitet som kollektivtrafik och saker som på bibliotek, parklekar, fritidsgårdar. Att dela saker, transportmedel, ytor, tid och kunskap har potential att bidra till en mängd hållbarhetsvinster, både ekologiska, sociala och ekonomiska. 

Utifrån identifierade framgångsfaktorer och fallgropar beskrivs vad som är bra att tänka på när det gäller samverkan med boende, samverkan med aktörer, samverkan internt och samverkan med stadsdelen inom delning. En vägledning är framtagen för Stockholmshem för i första hand områdeschefer, kundansvariga och centrala stödfunktioner inom bostadsbolaget för samverkansdialoger kring delning, men som är öppen för andra bostadsbolag att använda sig av.  Vägledningen guidar till sju steg för att öka möjligheterna till delning mellan boende och verksamheter i bostadsområden: 

1.  Inventera

2.  Sätt hållbarhetsmål

3.  Skapa dialog

4.  Utforma

5.  Stöd engagemang och växande

6.  Utveckla stödsystem

7.  Stöd självständighet och fortsatt utveckling

Projektet har letts av IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet i samarbete med Stockholmshem, IIIEE Lunds Universitet och ÅWL Arkitekter. Det har genomförts som ett strategiskt projekt inom Sharing Cities Sweden, en del av det strategiska innovationsprogrammet Viable Cities för smarta och hållbara städer som får stöd i en gemensam satsning av Vinnova, Energimyndigheten och Formas.

Abstract [en]

In Sweden, many people are used to sharing historically, having open access to large public spaces and the right of public access, as well as functions such as care, sports halls, laundries and waste management, mobility such as public transport and products, such as in libraries, parks, and leisure centers. Sharing stuff, transport, spaces, time and knowledge has the potential to contribute to a number of sustainability gains, both ecological, social and economic.

Based on identified success factors and pitfalls, we describe what to consider when it comes to collaboration with residents, collaboration with actors, collaboration internally and collaboration with the district within sharing. A guide has been developed for Stockholmshem primarily for area managers, customer service and central support functions within the housing company for collaborative dialogues about sharing, but which is open to other housing companies to use. The guide provides seven steps to increase the opportunities for sharing between residents and businesses in residential areas:

1.  Make an inventory

2.  Set sustainability goals

3.  Create dialogue

4.  Design and develop

5.  Support engagement and growth

6.  Develop support systems

7.  Support independence and further development

The project has been led by IVL Swedish Environmental Institute in collaboration with Stockholmshem, IIIEE Lund University and ÅWL Architects. It has been implemented as a strategic project within Sharing Cities Sweden, part of the strategic innovation program Viable Cities for smart and sustainable cities, which is supported in a joint initiative by Vinnova, the Swedish Energy Agency and Formas.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Stockholm: IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet AB , 2021.
Series
C report ; C602
Keywords [en]
sharing economy, shared resources, sustainable cities, sustainable lifestyles, co-design, co-ownership
National Category
Economics
Research subject
Consumption and production
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:ivl:diva-3793ISBN: 978-91-7899-014-6 (electronic)OAI: oai:DiVA.org:ivl-3793DiVA, id: diva2:1576084
Funder
VinnovaSwedish Energy AgencySwedish Research Council Formas
Note

The project "Sharing Communities - Gröna Solberga Delar" has been ongoing 2019-2020. IVL Swedish Environmental Institute, together with Stockholmshem and with the support of ÅWL architects and Lund University, has investigated and developed ways for how a housing company can facilitate division between residents. The project aimed to deepen the understanding of the social contexts around sharing in a relatively small but representative residential area in Stockholm and develop a model for how housing companies can use the potential for sharing in existing contexts to strengthen the connections between existing and new areas. The results are compiled in the report: "Sharing Communities".

Available from: 2021-06-30 Created: 2021-06-30 Last updated: 2021-07-06

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