OSCEdays is collaborating with the Disruptive Innovation Festival 2016 running Open Labs on the Circular City. In a 3 week program we hope to brainstorm, discuss and implement ACTIONS for the transform our cities.
The first phase of the lab is dedicated to an open discussion, brainstorming and collection of ideas. Lars contributed to this ‘a missing chapter’ of H. G. Wells The Time Machine written in 1895. It is a chapter about the Circular City and plays Read more
In this interview we speak to Stefan Schridde, who has been working on circular economy issues for more than a decade. Stefan has published on planned product obsolescence and featured in the BBC documentary produced on the subject. Here he discusses the role of durability in a future ‘circular society’.
Kathryn Kellogg has managed to reduce all the waste she produces in a year to one jar, which is amazing. She writes a zero waste blog called Going Zero Waste and has created a local and global community dedicated to waste reduction, real food and natural living. She was kind enough to send to our OSCEdays particpants excellent adviceon how to achieve zero waste goals at all our 2016 events and every day in what each of us do.
Erik Assadourian, Senior Fellow at the Worldwatch Institute in Washington DC, USA and creator of the Yardfarmers TV show, talks about his experience in sustainable agriculture and the promotion of an alternative economic and social framework, in sync with the OSCEdays goals.
Ines Costa, environmental engineer and senior consultant at 3DRIVERS, an environmental consultancy firm in Portugal, talks about her work in industrial symbiosis, how an OSCE approach can facilitate industrial symbiosis and wishes us all great success and plenty of synergy.
Why Open Source Hardware is Important to Scientists
We are delighted to share with all the participants in OSCEdays 2016 a few messages from experts and practitioners in open source and the circular economy, outlining their work, emphasizing the need for collaboration and welcoming you all to an even greater year for the OSCE community.
Allison Mills, science and technology writer and Joshua Pearce, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, both from MichiganTech in Houghton, Michigan, USA, discuss open source hardware and the future of science.