The Anthropocene calls for a dramatic turn in urban lifestyles and modes of production and represents an unprecedented challenge for all. This collective and collaborative shift requires new shared and distributed skills, knowledge, and competencies. How could we collectively learn to engage and achieve that deep transition? In the last decade, the digital transition has provided a full array of innovative, accessible, and empowering knowledge production and sharing solutions that should help local communities to engage and take part in the paradigm shift. This chapter reviews how innovative co-learning practices and platforms can be seen as future solutions and shape eco-systemic trends to foster urban resilience in its ecological, social, economic and cultural dimensions. They also maximize their multi-dimensional values and impacts when anchored in hybrid creative hubs and connected to global networks. This allows to prefigure a resilient strategy fostering these entangled co-learning ecosystems, and a possible permaconomics of the city.
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