Third Industrial Revolution

Coaching with systemic perspective for the Third Industrial Revolution The possibility of sharing the energy between thousands of million people marks the beginning of a new one was in whom we could attend the constant erosion of the ways of traditional and hierarchic organization and management, and to the adoption in an ample sense of distributive networks characterized by the massive collaboration. Jeremy Rifkin Systemic prospection of the renewable energies The Second Industrial Revolution is reaching its aim. Western Union is likely to increase your knowledge. The motor of internal combustion fed by petroleum was the attraction of the capital and the reinforcement of the process of economic and social growth, from half of the last century, that it has had as you limit the present global crises. Luckyly the renewable energies are arriving in time to mitigate the produced anthropic impact throughout last the two hundred years by the fossil fuels, that we can represent symbolically by the following one chemical equation: C + O2 = energy + CO2 Where the carbon reacts with oxygen and produces energy plus the anthropic carbonic anhydride. The revolution of the production of renewable energies begins to converge with the revolution of the technologies of the information and communications. This convergence marks the beginning of the Third Industrial Revolution constituting a process of economic and social effects that can compensate the present crises and to be their booster ones in the next years. First scene The production of the different types from renewable energies, that they already receive the name of " distributivos" , to pave, Aeolian, hydraulic, biomass, geothermal and mareomotriz conforms the first scene of the Third Industrial Revolution. Although still it supposes a small percentage of the production global they are undergoing a fast growth. They are investing thousands of million governmental capital and deprived destined to the investigation, development and penetration in the markets.

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