Scientific night café on the future city Magdeburg

Duration November 2015 – November 2015

Project Manager Dr. René John

Social innovations such as car sharing, upcycling, file sharing, do-it-yourself platforms or urban gardening are also messengers of sustainable consumption. How do such ideas come about? Dr. René John discussed Urban Gardening Magdeburg with the citizens of Magdeburg together with Ralf Weigt, Spielwagen e.V.

Social innovations such as car sharing, upcycling, file sharing, do-it-yourself platforms or urban gardening are also messengers of sustainable consumption. How do such ideas come about? Are social innovations the solution for sustainable consumption in the future? Who is behind the ideas that will eventually become commonplace? How can sustainable consumption also be promoted in Magdeburg?

Together with Ralf Weigt, Spielwagen e.V., Dr. René John discussed Urban Gardening Magdeburg with Magdeburg citizens.

The participation is free of charge!

Date:

November 5th, 2015
19:00 – 20:30

Venue:

City Hall Magdeburg
Old market
39104 Magdeburg

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