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Olina Terzi, Digital Transformation Designer at Digital Society School, posted

Digital Society School

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Digital Society School is an energetic training ground where creative solutions are being developed, tested and prototyped to address business and societal challenges. We root our design, tech and social innovation in the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. This unique combination offers insights and new perspectives to add innovation power to organisations. We work together with governments, businesses and citizens to help them adapt and become future-proof for the digital world.

Join forces with us now to work on the Sustainable Development Goals and explore how these can help open up market opportunities for your business. Embark on innovative projects together where we use digital technology to find effective results for the most pressing social and business challenges. Join forces with our creative and curious minds to work on challenges that your organisation faces. Develop competencies that are essential for now and the future. Learn the tools, mindset and methods that can be implemented back into your own organisation to lead the digital transformation of your business and of society. Customize or join our existing courses where we share knowledge, tools and methods to empower (your) people on their lifelong development journey. Whatever your choice is, it is bound to be a worthwhile investment towards building our digital future.

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Ioana Biris, co owner at Nature Desks, posted

Outdoor Office Day

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In het Nieuwe Werken staan gezondheid en vitaliteit centraal. Voor iedereen is bewegen en werken in het stedelijke groen een ‘must’. Wist je dat wetenschappelijke onderzoeken hebben aangetoond dat een groene omgeving bij mensen creativiteit stimuleert, de concentratie verbetert en een rustgevend effect heeft? Buiten bewegen is noodzakelijk voor je gezondheid. Het sluit perfect aan bij de breed gevoelde noodzaak om het werkgeluk en het welzijn van medewerkers te verbeteren.

Staat het idee van een #OutdoorOfficeDay je wel aan?

Verlang je ook naar een werkoverleg buiten in het stedelijk groen, in de omgeving van je kantoor? Wil je bij voorkeur je plannen wandelend bespreken met een collega? Of gewoon ergens in een park in de buurt een werklunch organiseren? Of het liefst dat belangrijke telefoongesprek buiten voeren?

Initiatiefnemer Nature Desks wil ook andere mensen, organisaties en bedrijven in Nederland uitnodigen om ook dit jaar op 23 juni hun ‘werkplek’ letterlijk buiten in het stedelijk groen te plaatsen.

Ook jij kunt aan de slag met deze landelijke Outdoor Office Day! Ga naar buiten. Maak je collega’s enthousiast en verzin een gaaf idee voor de #outdoorofficeday!

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Ioana Biris, co owner at Nature Desks, posted

Urban Nature Amsterdam

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#UrbanNatureAmsterdam, de eerste papieren groene en blauwe kaart van de stad.

Amsterdam is veel meer dan een verzameling straten, gebouwen, cultuur en economische activiteit. Het doel van deze stadskaart is om te laten zien dat we leven temidden van parken, (binnen)tuinen, plantsoenen, natuurspeeltuinen, groene daken, meren, grachten, rivieren, polders en bossen. Een uniek groen en blauw stadslandschap dat we ongemerkt delen met meer dan 10.000 soorten flora en fauna.

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Marten de Vries, Project Manager , posted

Circulaire Houtketens

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Om te kijken hoe hout opnieuw en duurzaam gebruikt kan worden, zijn de provincie en Dr2 New Economy gestart met een aantal pilots waarin lokaal en gebruikt hout wordt toegepast in de bouw. Zo zijn 1.200 balken uit de busremise in Zaandam gesloopt en hergebruikt voor een nieuwe toepassing in de bouw.

Via een tweede pilot wordt gekeken hoe resthout als snoei-, tak-, top- en stamhout uit plantsoenen en parken van de stad, in de bouw hergebruikt kan worden. Bijvoorbeeld in de vorm van balken, planken of plaatmateriaal. Hout is een bekend en prachtig bouwmateriaal. Bij productie en verwerking is de CO2-uitstoot veel lager dan die van staal of beton. In het hout is juist veel CO2 vastgelegd, waarmee de woningen zorgen voor langdurige CO2 opslag.

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Tayfun Yalcin, Founder at Towards Nature Permaculture Landscaping, posted

Permaculture Impact on Schools, Europa School Transformation

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Our children are growing on paved, 2 dimentional and disconnected school environments. We are here to change that. With our passion Permaculture concept, we designed and created a new style of school garden, which doesn't exist in Amsterdam and if we are not wrong in the Netherlands. It was not the first of our school design/implementation. Laterna Magica School in IJburg Amsterdam is also another example.

You can find further info, photos, videos on our website. We need help from all aware people to inform schools about our services that we can have more impact on our environment and children's connection with nature

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Noud Verhave, co-artistieke leider MAP en projectleider KAREL , posted

Sponsoring zonnepanelen voor KARLOS

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Wilt u ook een groener Zuidoost? Sponsor KARLOS en adopteer een zonnepaneel!

Misschien heeft u al van KARLOS gehoord?
Binnenkort rijdt deze elektrische wagen rond in Zuidoost. KARLOS staat voor KAR Levert Overal schone Stroom. Deze elektrische Spijkstaal levert op evenementen in Zuidoost groene stroom, zoals op voorlichtingsbijeenkomsten over schone energie, maar ook op buurtfestivals en andere events. Zo helpt KARLOS de energietransitie in Zuidoost te versnellen. Om KARLOS klimaatneutraal te laten rondrijden en werken, willen we 20 zonnepanelen op het dak van deze wagen plaatsen. Draagt u bij aan een schoner en groener Zuidoost? Steun dan KARLOS met een zonnepaneel.

Investeren in een groene wijk met KARLOS
U kunt €250 investeren in een zonnepaneel voor KARLOS. Daarvoor krijgt u mobiele publiciteit. Uw naam vermelden we namelijk als donateur op de rijdende KARLOS. Maar vooral levert u een bijdrage aan groene stroom op evenementen voor de wijk.
Heeft u interesse om te investeren in een duurzaam Zuidoost?
Neem contact op met Ton Jansen van CoForce 0614-197-373 of mail
ton.jansen@icasus.nl

Op zoek naar een energievriendelijke oplossing voor uw evenement?
Dan kan KARLOS u van dienst zijn. KARLOS is mobiel, levert elektra, werkt als vergaderruimte, opslagplek, podium en faciliteert bij catering. Meer weten? Neem contact op voor de mogelijkheden van KARLOS voor uw organisatie: Dennie Armelita (Moving Arts Project) 0642-874-122, Noud Verhave (Moving Arts Project) 0655-335-465 of mail naar productie@movingartsproject.nl

Van wie is KARLOS?
KARLOS is een samenwerking van Stichting CoForce en kunstenaarscollectief Moving Arts Project en wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door gemeente Amsterdam en provincie Noord-Holland. Stichting CoForce is een bundeling van bewoners en bedrijven, geïnitieerd door energiecommissarissen van stadsdeel Amsterdam Zuidoost om de energietransitie in dit stadsdeel te versnellen. Moving Arts Project is initiator van KARELs KARAVAAN, het schone wagenpark dat mobiele oplossingen biedt voor klimaatvriendelijke evenementen in de stad. KARLOS is een van de leden van KARELs KARAVAAN.

www.cofroce.nu | info@coforce.nu
www.facebook.com/ikbenkarel | www.movingartsproject.nl | productie@movingartsproject.nl

Hoe kunnen we sociaal-culturele evenementen in de stad duurzamer maken? Dit vroegen wij, het Amsterdamse kunstenaarscollectief Moving Arts Project, ons af. Geïnspireerd door die vraag ontwikkelden we eerst KAREL, de Kar voor Elektriciteit op Locatie, en vervolgens andere schone voertuigen, die met elkaar KARELs KARAVAAN vormen. Deze serie klimaatneutrale voertuigen voorzien evenementen in de stad van schone energie, met allerlei extra faciliteiten. Van een podium tot catering. Van opslagplek tot mobiele vergaderruimte. Van rolmodel als milieuvriendelijk alternatief tot oplaadpunten voor je telefoon.

Wie en wat is KAREL en zijn KARAVAAN?

KAREL staat voor “KAR voor Elektriciteit op Locatie”. Een stalen busje van het oerdegelijke Hollandse merk Spijkstaal, dat al lang voordat het noodzaak werd elektrische wagens bouwde. KAREL vervoert decors, bouwmateriaal, gereedschap en andere productie-onderdelen én voorziet in energie op locatie voor buitenevenementen in Amsterdam.

KAREL is een waar rolmodel. Dankzij zijn zonnepanelen op het dak is hij namelijk CO2-neutraal en verspreidt hij de boodschap van groen en duurzaam dwars door de stad. Behalve KAREL zijn er inmiddels ook:

KARIMA: KAR voor Inductie, Meezingen en Aanhangsels

KARLOS: KAR Levert Overal schone Stroom

en KARLIJN: KAR voor verhaalLIJNen

En de KARAVAAN aan schone voertuigen blijft uitbreiden. Wat alle leden van de KARAVAAN gemeen hebben is dat zij evenementen van schone energie voorzien en andere milieuvriendelijke oplossingen bieden.

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Yvo Hunink, Concernadviseur Innovatie at Gemeente Den Haag, posted

Conscious Cities

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How might we automate access to a public digital ecosystem for citizens and machines in order to grow a conscious city? How might we incentivize all citizens and companies to interact with the public digital ecosystem of the city in order to improve livability, democratic representation and societal engagement?

Read our ecosystem document

Join our online ecosystem platform

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Julie Chenadec, Head of Communications at SDIA - Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, posted

CEDaCI – Circular Economy for the Data Center Industry

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The Data Centre Industry has grown rapidly and generates a large volume of e-waste / WEEE. The current infrastructure for dealing with this waste is underdeveloped and consequently, there is a real and urgent need to address this now. CEDaCI will build a Circular Economy for the Data Centre Industry by bringing together stakeholders from all equipment life cycle stages to turn this waste into a useful resource and support the ongoing rapid growth of the DCI.

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Snezana Zivcevska-Stalpers, posted

#WiTNL - Women in Tech NL

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#WiTNL ia a platform for all women and girls in tech in Amsterdam and The Netherlands, We bring together Academia, Corporates and Start-Ups, individuals and organisations, women and men, everyone who is dedicated to work towards closing the gender gap in tech. We organize inspiring events, workshops, masterclasses, mentoring sessions, speaking opportunities, and many other career supportive activities. We collaborate with other initiatives, networks, tech and non-tech conferences, companies and organizations while building an eco-system that will help women in tech and female tech entrepreneurs thrive.

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Menno Houtstra, chairman cooperative , posted

KASKANTINE 4.0

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The Kaskantine will implement together with the neighboorhood its design for closing local resource loops: a kitchen with closed water cycle, preventing local food waste, introduce neighbourhood composting, and organise repair cafe's, sport and musique workshops, etc. Data will be gathered to monitor the resource cycling and methods will be tested to make it more socially and culturally inclusive.

User-created nature-based solutions in an urban environment;

The case of the KasKantine (Greenhouse Cantina), Amsterdam

Historically landscape architecture and infrastructural planning have assigned physical separated functions to landscape in order to upscale and manage resource flows cost efficiently. Rather than monosectoral and large scale linear production systems we can now see a shift to decentralized and locally integrated solutions to close resource loops. In these solutions also citizens can play a more (pro)active role. After being more prominent in rural areas, landscape architecture is now also more active as a lead design principle in urban neighbourhoods. Local integrated solutions for resource cycling efficiency give rise to multiple value production rather than to an increase of local financial income. Either way it increases citizen driven (semi)professional activities in resource management in urban neighbourhoods, as well in its creation and in management.

We see enormous potential in this approach: it can reconnect citizens to nature, it can facilitate in changing lifestyles AND produce the right technology to face our climate and resource crisis. But before it can become mainstream, we see the following challenges and questions, mainly to do with creating sufficient local political support and accessibility to these technological and economic opportunities.

  • How can actors on local level on one side and central sectoral level at the other side co-create and redesign effectively the landscape, necessary to close resource loops locally with sufficient democratic legitimacy?
  • How could citizen-driven services in resource management be held accountable to a broader public and the public sector?
  • How can these nature-based solutions be culturally and socially inclusive?
  • How can socio-economically marginal(ized|) groups profit from this increased multiple-values production?

We can try to answer those questions for one specific case to see how it could work out in practice. The Kaskantine is a not-for-profit volunteer driven garden- restaurant - food coop which has as its main objective to show that more autonomous, off the grid nature based solutions for climate adaptive working and living in urban areas are possible and can be at the same time a new lifestyle. It is a small village of refurbished shipping containers, recycled greenhouses and (roof top)gardens. The Kaskantine is currently being built on its fourth location and is negotiating a 7 years ground lease with the municipality of Amsterdam.

The Kaskantine managed to grow from only one container and a one-man company, 5 years ago, to a cooperative with over 30 volunteers with 13 containers. A second village is being planned of 7 containers in the east of Amsterdam. This has been realised without any external capital investment or subsidies. The strategy has always been: find a solution with the least possible financial costs and turn untapped local resources into value.

In doing so the Kaskantine discovered that although real estate prices in Amsterdam skyrocket, there is still a lot of underutilised land and water, that is without use for people and for nature. Lots of plots are “waiting” to be developed, or are underdeveloped: for one function while there could be double or triple functionalities. We could call this “real estate waste”. The Kaskantine could use land for free because there was no direct market value of that land. And the same counts for other important resources: (rain)water, (solar)energy, food (waste and own production), labour (volunteers) and (natural and waste) materials. The Kaskantine is able to operate with zero fixed costs and therefore able to survive.

Furthermore, with its installations it is trying to integrate all received good and services in local loops. Maximum in, minimum out. This is optimized by integrating different resource loops in one management system.

An abundance of one flow of resources can be absorbed by other resource cycles: Peak solar energy can be used in extra ventilation, aeration and irrigation. Sudden food surpluses are redistributed for free and create network solidarity. The Kaskantine is also able to use resources in all phases of their life cycle, like wood: from construction to fire wood. Or being able by using rest heat in storing it in mass or other spaces, or filtering waste water for irrigation. We call this adaptive capacity: the capacity to buffer abundance and use it later or in an alternative way.

Finally, an alternative lifestyle is embraced, one that is appreciating the value of abundance of local resources, rather than the value of market choice.

We could argue that the Kaskantine is thriving in an alternative economy, that can exist thanks to and despite of the mainstream economy that they are trying to transform. We call this abundance or give economy, in contrast with economy based on consumption and the organisation of scarcity.

Abundance economy as being a sum of relatively autonomous integrated projects in mainstream economy.

Because of its ability to expand autonomously within mainstream economy, and because its abundance economy is not a zero-sum game as long as local resources and waste are underutilised, the Kaskantine is very open for participation. There is no economic argument against including more neighborhood activities, on the contrary. More participation seems therefore to depend more on the capability of cultural inclusiveness: if people feel comfortable within the network of the Kaskantine, or if people feel comfortable to start a sort of “kaskantine” on their own.

First, the opportunity to integrate has been ”built in” into the design of the Kaskantine by a step-in approach. From experience as a guest (exchange, tasting, get inspired, etc) to participation in the design, creation and operation of the Kaskantine and Kaskantine related projects.

Secondly, the Kaskantine is also active in the neighbourhood centre and within a network of community organisations, with a step-out approach. In this case the Kaskantine offers through free workshops a learning curve to adopt small scale installations, like vertical gardens and worm composting, and participate in food saving and storage at home in order to take a step back from mainstream economy into the abundance economy.

An important ambition of the Kaskantine is to negotiate with the municipality a land lease contract in which the landuser takes responsibility for its development and environmental control of the land. This cheaper land rent will hopefully give other “kaskantines” the opportunity to arise.

The Kaskantine has free energy to spend on helping other groups in joining this movement because it can operate autonomously and with low fixed costs. This creates hopeful opportunities for inclusiveness of the proposed solutions. Whether this is done in some kind of co-creation with more central institutions depends more on their own capability to work with local small scale initiatives and on their willingness to change or compensate the negative effects of their lineair production models and on their willingness and capability to change sectoral into integrated policies.

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Leontine Born, Coordinator Research and Education at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, posted

EyeBeacons: Wayfinding in Public Spaces

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Navigating from A to B is an essential part of our daily lives.
Unknown routes, busy places and unexpected obstacles are a big challenge for everyone, regardless of what your eyesight is. For people with a visual impairment, this process is primarily a task because they have limited use of spatial orientation and directions in the environment. The EyeBeacons project investigated how new technologies can support people with a visual impairment when navigating through the city.

For more information you can get in contact with Joey van der Bie, researcher at the Digital Life Centre of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Follow this link for further details.

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Nabieh Salim, Managing Director at kahrabat, posted

Locate Nearest EV Charger

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shahnat App has been developed and launched to help people making easy living with the electric vehicles by being able to discover the charging network in their cities

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Zéger Nieuweboer, Founder / Teacher at Learningisgrowing.nl, posted

YIMBY Yes-In-My-Back-Yard Amsterdam!

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The grassroots movement YIMBY Yes-In-My-Back-Yard! stimulates local food growing in the city. The so called YIMBY food growing containers are the first food growing experience for citizen. Together with green lessons citizen will grow in local food growing in the city. At the national neighbour day a yearly green event is organized to exchange green ideas and good food.

Arnhem - Het Arnhemse burgerinitiatief YIMBY, Yes-In-My-Back-Yard Arnhem! is genomineerd voor de duurzame Top 100 van het dagblad Trouw. De elfde editie van de duurzame Top 100 in 2019 is een lijst van onderop, van burgers die het heft in eigen handen nemen en zelf een duurzaam initiatief opzetten.

In 2013 hebben burgers vanuit het buurthuis 't Huukske in Arnhem-West het initiatief genomen om mobiele moestuinbakken op te zetten in de wijk. Het initiatief krijgt al snel de naam YIMBY Arnhem! De afkorting YIMBY staat voor Yes-In-My-Back-Yard en betekent dat burgers positief staan om eigen initiatieven in de achtertuin te starten. Bij YIMBY Arnhem! staan moestuinbakken, groen en ontmoeten centraal.

Voor de burgers in de wijk zijn de YIMBY moestuinbakken vaak de eerste kennismaking om zelf groenten en kruiden in de stad te verbouwen. De ervaring is dat de eigenaars van YIMBY moestuinbakken als vervolgstap kiezen voor het telen van groente in een grotere voedseltuin in de stad. Om het telen van voedstel te ondersteunen wordt ieder voorjaar in de wijk de cursus "Biologisch Tuinieren in de Stad" gegeven.

De YIMBY moestuinbakken worden al zeven jaar gemaakt door deelnemers en vrijwilligers van de zorgboerderij Hoeve Klein Mariëndaal in Arnhem-West. In totaal hebben de timmermannen van de Hoeve Klein Mariëndal al meer dan 100 YIMBY moestuinbakken geleverd. Voor de zevende keer wordt op de Hoeve Klein Mariëndaal het YIMBY Oogstfeest gehouden op burendag. Het YIMBY Oogstfeest wordt georganiseerd door vrijwilligers en nodigt deelnemers van de zorgboerderij en eigenaars van de YIMBY moestuinbakken uit voor een zelfgemaakte maaltijd. Deze maaltijd wordt gesponsord door de middenstand in de wijk Arnhem-West.

Op 10 oktober 2019 wordt de lijst van de duurzame Top 100 van het dagblad Trouw gepresenteerd. In zeven jaar zijn veel resultaten met groen en ontmoeten in de stad Arnhem bereikt. Gezien het langdurige succes van de YIMBY moestuinbakken is de kans groot dat YIMBY Arnhem! in deze lijst zal voorkomen.

Ook geinteresseerd in een YIMBY moestuinbak? Kijk op website www.hoevekleinmariendaal.nl met het zoekwoord: YIMBY.

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Thomas Dolman, Policy researcher and advisor , posted

BuurtBuik social circulair foodinitiative

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Sharing is caring, as the young folks say.
BuurtBuik is all about sharing food with your neighbors. We cook meals from food that would be wasted otherwise. Thereby, bringing people together around a free three course meal and build their social network. It impacts both environmental and social goals, thus, bridging the gap to a circular social economy. Come around a see it in action, we feed 500 people three course meals every week!

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Tom van de Ven, Driving Force at Mobility Sensing, posted

StreetSense

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StreetSense is an IoT street sensor designed to take every street online. This nifty device not only counts passing vehicles, but also tells you if the street surface is dry, wet, overheating, frozen or gritted. Because StreetSense is self-powered and easy to install it is very economic to operate. Every street online with StreetSense!

Interested? Reach out to us to learn more about StreetSense and our other exciting smart city products.

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Smart City Academy, posted

RESILIO - Amsterdam Blue Green Roofs

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The EU-UIA funded the programme RESILIO, a project that aims to realize 10.000 square meters of blue-green roofs in four city districts in Amsterdam. The consortium of both public and private partners aims to build an interconnected network of smart roofs, in which sensors and state-of-the-art equipment enable micro-water management on rooftops. This contributes to urban climate adaption and resilience, and can potentially evolve into a scalable solution for water management on rooftops.

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.

<https://www.uia-initiative.eu/en/uia-cities/amsterdam>

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Smart City Academy, posted

ATELIER - Positive Energy Districts (EU)

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ATELIER is an AmsTErdam and BiLbao cItizen drivEn smaRt cities project funded by the European Commission under the H2020-LC-SC3-2018-2019-2020 Smart Cities and Communities call.
Coordinated by the City of Amsterdam, the project combines the expertise and the commitment of 30 partners from 11 countries.

ATELIER focuses on developing citizen-driven Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) in the two Lighthouse Cities Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Bilbao (Spain). Their successful implementations will then be replicated and tested for feasibility in the six Fellow Cities Bratislava (Slovak Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Copenhagen (Denmark), Krakow (Poland), Matosinhos (Portugal), and Riga (Latvia).

Via dedicated PED Innovation Ateliers, ATELIER will strengthen the local innovation ecosystem and thus remove legal, financial or social barriers to the implementation of smart solutions. The PED Innovation Ateliers will be self-sustaining, continuing for a long time after the project has ended. They will thus become engines for the upscaling and replication of solutions within the ATELIER cities and beyond.

To achieve successful implementations of energy saving measures, ATELIER puts citizens at the centre of all its activities: residents (
To really pave the way for more ‘positive’ cities in Europe, each of the eight ATELIER cities will develop a City Vision 2050 that constitutes the roadmap for upscaling solutions in the long term. The main objective of this is to guarantee a seamless city transformation from planning to implementation and further upscaling and replication.

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Keijen van Eijk, Project Manager , posted

EMPOWER2.0

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The project aims to demonstrate and accelerate the empowerment of citizens to become active energy citizens - and to create local energy communities via existing civil society structures - through development of new solutions (e.g. organisational) and adoption of new, emerging and existing solutions for energy ownership.

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Paul Cohen-Tannugi, posted

Amsterdam Biochar Initiative

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Biochar is a soil amendment made typically from bio-mass through a process called pyrolysis with low-oxygen. By using a low-cost, easy-to-make biochar stove, communities can arrange to turn common waste products into biochar.
The vision behind this project is for healthy and resilient communities. This means that I prefer methods that promote local, DIY and community approach, so that it can quickly scale and adapt to different towns/cities.

Most importantly, carbon being the element behind Life has tremendous versatility. It can be used to filter water and then used as a soil amendment. Or it can be mixed to make better concrete composites for roads (asphalt) and concrete. It can improve manufacturing by making carbon fiber alloys.
Last but not least, it is done through a circular model of using waste such as wood sticks, bio-mass, paper, saw dust mills, anything with carbon, even plastics. The output heat can be captured for heating buildings and cooking stoves. The opportunities are endless.
Sizes of stove vary in function of available supply/demand dynamics. For more information, check the biochar-international.org or Ithaka International.
Thank you.

PS: Stockholm, Sweden has achieved this recently. If the Swedes can do it, we can learn from them and improve together!
http://www.nordregio.org/sustainable_cities/stockholm-biochar-project/

Some guidelines for background and context
https://www.biochar-international.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/IBI_Pyrolysis_Plant_Guidelines.pdf

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