There will be no more waste in the city of tomorrow. What sounds like an utopian vision will be explored during the OSCEdays from June 29-July 2.
OSCE stands for Open Source Circular Economy and pursues the idea of a sustainable future in which less garbage is created and the economy works in symbiosis with the environment and natural resources. This year’s OSCEdays theme is the CIRCULAR CITY. Through a wide range of interactive activities, workshops and lectures the participants will learn what open source and circular economy means for their everyday life, their neighborhood and the city of tomorrow.
The program for the OSCEdays is built collaboratively through input by its participants. Would you like to help shape the program, have an idea that you would like to introduce or a workshop you would like to offer?
Find our more about OSCEdays and read our Call for Participation at crclr.org/oscedays-2017.
Thursday, June 29: Opening and Networking
- Sustainability Drinks in collaboration with Greenbuzz
- Circular Design Exhibition in collaboration with IDEO
Friday, June 30: Panels and Lightning Talks
- In parallel sessions we will dive deep into open source circular economy and its implications for various sectors ranging from architecture and urban development, to food, packaging, finance and value-driven organisations.
Saturday, July 1: Workshops, Challenges and Assemblies
- In workshops, assemblies and challenges you will become an essential part of this year’s OSCEdays.
- Join forces with other innovators, opinion-leaders and those interested in open source circular economy to come up with concrete solutions to today’s challenges.
Sunday, July 2: Workshops, Challenges and Assemblies
- The weekend will see everything from learning how to make soap from old frying oil, to building a geodetic dome, dying fabric with food scraps, building a pedal-powered shredder, learning how to grow mushrooms on waste products and many things more.
The detailed program can be found here.