Firstly, the planet local is discussed, as can been seen in figure 1. They have a pro-environmental behaviour and are focussed on a sustainable world.
Time: For the sustainable Planet locals it is important to have moments to signify their pro-environmental behaviour with big events like ‘Meimaand Natuurmaand’ (Staatsbosbeheer 2001) or smaller ones when there is sufficient sun for the solar panels to be fully efficient. The Planet locals all strive for a mutual goal, like a self-sufficient Texel in 2065, and therefore they synchronise in their performances. This matches their duration of engagement since they have a long term focus of a better and sustainable life. We see that the pro-environmental behavior is willing to adjust its rhythm to the rhythm of nature, like for instance seasonal food produce and solar and wind related energy-peaks and -lulls. (Duurzaamthuis.nl, 2015)
Place: The awareness of the environmental impact of the Planet locals is very high, since this impact is the reason to start all their sustainable initiatives (Nature.org, 2015). We assume that they are focussed on the island of Texel and have an emotional connection with the island, therefore their emotional space is rated quite high. But some of their actions, like eating a biological tomato, does not immediately lead to a better environment. This is contrast with an action wherein they turn down the lights for energy conservation. Averages taken, their situated agency is low, since results take longer to be visible, tangible and measurable. Planet locals are aware of their body because good health goes together with a sustainable life. Think about bio-food in this case (gezondheidenvoeding 2015).
Action: Reciprocity and negotiation in actions are performed in the same way, since we assume that the planet locals are willing to give in a lot for the sake of an (increasing) sustainable Texel. The amount of deeds they have is high, but the impact is not as high as they want to have it. They mistake in the way they tune with the rest of Texel due to the lack of possibilities.
Relation: The planet locals meet in both their professions and sustainable lifestyles (Lindeboom 2015). They have share goals which is at the basis of the formation of their sustainable communion. The duration of engagement is 24/7 but their reputation is secondary to a higher purpose.
Secondly, the profit local is discussed, see figure 2.
Time: There is a strong Texel-feeling and the moments to signify, like Sunderklaas, confirm this (VVV, 2015). The profit people synchronize in performance quite strongly since they all want to make profit from the tourist industry, even though they have different professions. The tourist industry brings a very tight summer/winter-season with it. The profit locals have this high- and low-season in common and synchronize rhythm but at a smaller scale they are diverse in profession and personal environment (Texelnu.nl, 2015) For example, some of them have a day-time job in the supermarket, others work in a bar and work most of the time at night.
Place: Mostly do the profit locals have an immediate visible and tangible result when they actually do something. But the environmental impact is only in an indirect way relevant for local profit, because when the environmental impact is negative, tourist will probably stay away. The profit locals benefit therefore from it, but the emotional space is not the direct focus of the local profit. They just work very hard in order to have proper wages and body sense is for that reason not a priority, their physical is not very relevant (werkenopeeneiland.nl, 2015)
Action: Profit locals are, so to speak, profit focussed. Consequently reciprocity is not in their mindset and they work very hard but the quality of deeds are not in accordance,(werkenopeeneiland.nl, 2015). However, with the profit as a reaching goal, they negotiate a lot and tune very well with the tourists in such way that they can adapt to their desires.
Relation: Since there is a lot of competition between the locals to gain some profit (waddenacademie.nl, 2008), they have a more individual focus and form as a consequence less a communion. Since profit is not their life-focus, they are only engaged during hours of work. But if they are engaged, they show the tourists the best of Texel and make sure they have good times. To generate this trust, their reputation is important and form a high role in profession in such way that they form a team, prior to welcome the visitors.