Looking for a more sustainable lifestyle, but don’t know where to start? The beginners guide tips sound easy; recycle more and use less plastic, just to name a few. But how do you put them into practice in a busy daily life? With the new year resolutions still in the back of our mind, we invite change makers to share green habits that can reduce our footprint.
With amongst others
- Jill Paat shares the secret of Instock, an initiative against food waste. They collect unsold products from local Albert Heijns and other producers and turn them into high quality food in their Instock restaurants. It also resulted in a cooking book ánd several products like Pieper Bier, made from rescued potatoes.
- Daniel Poolen, plastic connaisseur pur sang, looks into the numbers behind plastic waste. How much plastic do we use, and why? He will also share some tips & tricks of things to definitely try at home.
- Fresh Fashion Library is your gateway to lend, borrow and dispose under-utilized fashion items with other members of the community – waste free, hassle free and guilt free. Whether it’s a special look for a big event or rotating outfits for everyday, the library is your unlimited closet to always make you look and feel fresh. Fashion as a service, is that the future?
- Fides Lapidaire is a social designer who offers surprising perspectives on complex issues. For her newest project BROODJE POEP (Shit Sandwich in English) she looks there were most people wouldn’t… She turns our pee and poop, human waste, into compost and sells sandwiches from the truck, made from ingredients that grow on this compost. With the project she hopes to work towards a greater goal: the worldwide closure of our food cycle.
- OTION creates a spot on musical medley about the topic of the day.