The theme for this year’s Day of Sustainability is Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economy. An exciting new model from the Oxford University economist that encapsulates the central challenge of the 21st century: to meet the needs of all within the means of the planet.
This will be an online symposium on the Day of Sustainability (note: it’s on a Saturday!). After a keynote presentation from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, there will be 6 parallel lectures to choose from, followed by 5 parallel workshops. Each of these will address one or more aspects of the Doughnut model.
The symposium will take place online via ZOOM. The Link will be sent to the registered participants ONLY upon completion of the form.
Entrance: FREE, but spots are limited for the workshops (30 each).
11.30 – 12:00 Registration, Online Walk-in
12.00 – 12.10 Opening (Doughnut Economy)
12:15 – 13:15 Keynote: Ilma Stankeviciute, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
13:15 – 13:30 Break/Individual Lecture Room Assignment
13:30 – 14:10 Lectures
14:10 – 14.25 Break/Individual Room Assignment
14:25 – 15:30 Workshop: [Sign up for your preferred ones asap, Registration closes as soon as it is full]
15:30 – 16:00 Closing/ Giveaways
The lectures are as follows:
- Metabolic: Erin Kennedy, One Planet Approach
- Marie Sam and Symke: Sustainable Traveling – Adventurous Experience Sharing (China by train, Chile without a Plane – from NL)
- Waternet: Andre Struker, New dashboard model developed for the water sector
- Van Plestik: Sam van Til, Plastic Recycling and the process of creating a startup
- SOLHO: Adriano Desideri, ‘The journey towards sustainable food provision’
- Nature’s Narrative: Antoin Deul, Life Outside the Doughnut: Non-Western narratives and perspectives on Sustainability and Climate Change.
The workshops are as follows:
1. Dr2 New Economy: Daily Food Plan for Hospital patients with the lowest footprintDura Vermeer: Case study- Road as a Service
2. EnRoads: Energy Game – A digital tool to explore different energy scenarios and policies, and their effect on climate change and temperature increase.
3. Precious Plastic: Recycle plastic yourself at home by turning it into a pencil case or tote bag
4. Composting Workshop: Rutger Spoelstra, X TU Delft
Looking forward to having you there!