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Innovation workshop for Marine Spatial Planning: Norway 2050

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Innovation workshop for Marine Spatial Planning: Norway 2050

Cesar Jung-Harada from MakerBay / Scoutbots supported by Ken Chew and Eddie Yung, went to Bergen to co-deliver a 2-days intensive workshop, for about 20 students from different backgrounds and different parts of Norway. They gathered at the Marineholmen Makerspace, on the invitation by Bergen University to invent together the future of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP), or "Norway Blue Growth 2050".

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Sustainable Textile and Fashion journey from Brooklyn, Oslo, Stockholm, and Paris

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Sustainable Textile and Fashion journey from Brooklyn, Oslo, Stockholm, and Paris

When people talk about the maker movement, they generally think about robots, electronics, and nerdy engineers at the MakerFaire. MakerBay is a makerspace focused on social and environmental impact so we are interested in what people make that have a social and environmental impact. And it turns out “The clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world...second only to oil,”. So as makers interested in sustainability, we cannot overlook this area of making. Get dizzy with numbers if you desire.    In Hong Kong, the topic of textile is relevant today. "The textiles industry – comprising spinning, weaving, knitting, and...

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