Desvendando o mistério ao redor das deepfakes.
On 23 June the second event of the Online Advisory Programme of the International Smart Cities Network (ISCN) took place. Building on the results and learning from the first event, this time the focus was on how we can engage citizen participation already in the strategy development for the digital transformation in our cities.
Circular Futures tritt an, das größte deutschlandweite Innovationsprogramm im Bereich der Kreislaufwirtschaft zu werden. Unser Ziel: den Green Deal der Europäischen Kommission mit Leben zu füllen und zu zeigen, wie die Kreislaufwirtschaft von morgen schon heute gelingen kann.
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You bought it, you should own it. Period. You should have the right to use it, modify it, and repair it wherever, whenever, and however you want.
We fight for your right to fix.
Our practice is focused on investigating value chains and making waste materials come to life again. This is the rebirth of materials that were once exiled to towering landfills or incinerators.
The Digital Marketplace for Lumber aNd Panels
Collaborating with lead partner, MaticHub in Cebu, Philippines, we have been researching indigenous materials native to the Tay and wider region. Our researcher, Steph Liddle, shares what she discovered.
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The idea of an Open Lab comes from the Fablab which is an openly accessible fabrication workshop with various propriertery machinery such as 3D printers, laser cutters and CNC mills. These propriertary machines listed on the Fablab Inventory List which is an exhaustive list of machinery that can be bought and installed to setup up a fablab locally. These proprietary machines are relatively expensive and propietary and shipping from the US to lesser developed countries can be prohibitively expensive. Lastly propiertary machines can never really be owned and users are locked within the company ecosystem. So an Open Lab is basically a fab lab with open source hardware machinery instead of proprietary machinery.
A última edição da Série de Tecnologia para Conservação do WWF é sobre drones.
O que eles são, como evoluíram e como usá-los com segurança para a ciência da conservação e pesquisa.
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Co-creating beautiful ecological buildings.
The project explored the current circular electronics ecosystem of Berlin and identified near-future directions that the city of Berlin could pursue to increase circularity.
Created by the Zero Waste Cities programme within Zero Waste Europe, this report is a
celebration of these pioneering zero waste municipalities. It is a recognition of the leaders
and communities who have recognised the urgency of the crisis we face, and have acted
upon this. From 2007 when the first zero waste municipality was born in Capannori, Italy,
the movement has continued to grow. The variety and number of zero waste municipalities
in Europe today proves that it is an approach which can be successfully applied in a range
of diverse contexts. Whilst the Zero Waste Cities programme has nearly 400 municipalities
who have committed to our vision of zero waste, there are several good practices that tackle
certain issues or policies happening outside of our municipalities within our programme that
this report will also highlight.
The report ‘New Business Models Cutting Back on Single-Use Plastic’ written by Mariel Vilella, with a collaboration between Break Free From Plastic (BFFP), Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA), Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) and the Sustainable Consumption Institute of the University of Manchester, explores examples of successful zero waste business models in Southeast Asia, their greatest challenges, achievements and their level of impact. Looking at the lessons learnt from successful zero waste businesses in the Global South is critical to respond to the growing pressure of international plastic production and trade, while it also challenges the prejudices that too often blame poverty and migration for environmental problems.
GAIA is a worldwide alliance of more than 800 grassroots groups, non-governmental organizations, and individuals in over 90 countries whose ultimate vision is a just, toxic-free world without incineration.
Given current and emerging technology, what would production look like if we reconfigured it from scratch? We believe the answer lies in sustainable, globally networked, local manufacturing. Join us and be part of the future of manufacturing.