Reaching a higher degree of circularity
The first part of this program will be the introduction of Agder Symbiosis. Several companies and public institutions in Sørlandet have decided to join a common vision, the Agder Symbiosis, to increase the level of circularity in the different material streams in the south of Norway. Guest speakers from EYDE Cluster, Klimapartnere, Kristiansand municipality will present their ideas and how they work on becoming more sustainable.
The second morning session will be a seminar on bioeconomy. Aquaculture, biogas from waste, agriculture and symbiosis are all fields where bioeconomy enables sustainable economic growth. We welcome guest speakers from Høst, the Norwegian Center for Circular Economy (NSSØ) and NTNU Industrial Ecology.
In the afternoon, a workshop on Creative Problem Solving will be hosted by two guest researchers from the University of Navarra, Spain: Pr. Andrés Mejia-Villa and Vanessa Prieto-Sandoval, PhD. Biomimicry, eco-innovation and eco-design will be introduced and used in groupwork.
The program, registration and more details can be found in the following link: https://uia.pameldingssystem.no/enters-uia-spring-seminar-and-workshop-bioeconomy-and-biomimicry
Join the 24-hour event and help hack Climate Change with your project idea! Everyone is welcome! Collaborate with other participants and use the Circular Economy concept to find innovative climate solutions and potentially make history with your idea! Pitch it to the Jury, and win one of the three prizes that are up for grabs, plus the chance to see your project brought to life with the help of a Business Start-Ups Incubator.
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Thursday 18, October is the second lunch meeting of our group! Everyone is welcome to join in. Bring your lunch and come meet us in room A3076 from 11.30 to 13.00. Sinziana Rasca will present what she learned in a conference in Brussels. As a special guest we have Christophe Pinck from the EYDE cluster who will present the various projects he is involved in regarding circular economy and sustainable businesses.
ENTERS was invited to present how circular economy can answer some of the most important ethical challenges our society, such as pollution, climate change and finite natural resources.
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The first event of ENTERS was a kick-off meeting, and we were honored by the number of people who came and also by Helene Fladmark, the managing director of the EYDE cluster, who gave a great presentation. People learned why circular economy is so important these days. Finally during the code-breaking session we had a great participation from the audience who gave excellent inputs!
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