Sustainability Masterclasses by Metabolic

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In honor of Metabolic turning 5 years old, and the 3 Year Anniversary of De Ceuvel, Metabolic is hosting 2 Sustainability Masterclasses at Metabolic Lab.

The Masterclasses are free of charge and hosted by our sustainability experts and you can join 1 or 2 sessions. There will be limited walk-in spots available on the day of. You can secure your seat by registering on this page.

The Masterclasses:

12:00 - Root Causes of Unsustainability in the Food System and How Systems Thinking Can Help
Go on a journey to understand the key issues and dynamics of how our food system functions. We share our experience working on developing transformative strategies around food and agriculture and help you understand what you can take forward in your everyday life.

13:00 - How to Design the Circular Cities of the Future
Drawing on in-house expertise and local Amsterdam examples, Metabolic provides the skills and theory on how to design, develop and implement the circular cities of the future.

The Masterclasses will be hosted by Metabolic's own Gerard Roemers, Leo Verkooijen and Oscar Sabag Munoz.

Gerard Roemers is a strategic consultant with a focus on systemic interventions within different sectors of the global and regional economy. He will be using his experience in closing material, water and energy cycles in regions and cities to host the Circular Cities Masterclass

Oscar Sabag Munoz is a sustainability consultant with a background in environmental policy. At Metabolic, he works on complex systems including the analysis of the global food analysis for WWF. He will be co-leading the Masterclass on Food Systems.

Leonardo Verkooijen works at Metabolic as a sustainability consultant. He studied environmental sciences and sustainability and has had extensive experience integrating sustainability into finanance, business and supply chains. He will be co-leading the Masterclass on Food Systems.

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