Reinvent the Cities of our Future
How can we, the dwellers and everyday co-creators of our city, become activists in the transformation towards more sustainable cities, starting with our own lives? Join us in the exploration of sustainable cities where the creative inventors and responsible minds of Copenhagen’s maker communities unfold an engaging program on the future of living, producing and creating.
MAKER MEET UP: LIVE LIKE TOMORROW
18:00-20:00: Cities and Circular Economy
How can cities become zero-waste organisms that turn every piece of waste into new valuable material? Join us at this Maker Meet Up on how to create circular zero-waste cities when we look into the challenges and potentials in existing and future solutions in Copenhagen, and discuss how we, from city level to single household, are part of the waste reuse and recycling in our city. We will present speakers working with circular economy, waste management and innovation, inspiring initiatives, and host an open discussion on how to design a city for circular economy.
Kate is the communications lead at Fab Lab Barcelona at IAAC where she also articulates the community and communications of the Fab City Global Initiative.
Kate will discuss the Fab City Global Initiative’s approach to circularity, climate action and sustainability in cities through the multi-scale method, the Fab City Full Stack, which engages a top-down, bottom-up approach to scale up making to city-level and connects local productivity to a global network of collaborators.
Øystein has been engaged in urban and regional planning for the past 30 years. Since 2015 he has been engaged in developing the urban and commercial life in the South Harbour in Copenhagen.
Based on his experiences in the South Harbour and from organizing living labs focused on testing strategies toward circular economy. Øystein will discuss the local living lab as a concept and the potentials for the transition into circular economy systems.
Martin is an expert on sustainable transition of products and services and is currently working on the Horizon 2020 projects FORCE and CIRcUIT, and previously on the LIFE+ project Plastic Zero focusing on plastic waste prevention and recycling.
Martin will speak about initiatives in circular construction in the City of Copenhagen, including the CIRcUIT project, where partners from four European cities will gather insights and do experimentations on the built environment and circular economy.
20:30-22:30: Living Like Tomorrow
How can we stop the spiral of building, buying and throwing away? And how will local and global sustainability efforts affect the way we buy, own and live? Join us at this Maker Meet Up on sustainable urban living and consumption where we will look into scenarios, solutions, trends and the necessity to change our existing ways. We present a series of speakers that will share their ideas and insights on how cities will be organized in the future, how we live, own and consume.
17:30-23:00: WORKSHOPS & SHOWCASES: PLAY LIKE TOMORROW
Hands-on workshops for you to take part in. Get inspired on how to Live Like Tomorrow in workshops on recycling, upcycling and producing your own goods. Bring your family along to Play Like Tomorrow with technology, biology and inventions. Become inspired by the many ideas and inventions on how to solve local and global challenges through creative design, new urban production systems and collaboration. We welcome families with children and everyone else who likes to get their hands dirty.
WHEN? October 11, 17.30-23.00 (Culture Night)
WHERE? Underbroen, Christians Brygge 31, Kbh K
TICKETS? Not needed. The more the merrier. However, we have a max capacity on 50 ppl for the Maker Meet Ups
Re-Make the City is part of the official C40 Mayors Summit Citizen Programme “Live Like Tomorrow” and realized with funding from Københavns Kommune and Realdania.