An overview of all the workshops taking place on the Circular Harvest day
Workshop 1: Energy Use & Gas Regulation
Student Name: Aron Vink
By following this workshop you will be familiarized with trias energetica and how the Dutch government is now operating its energy efficiency. Together we will be exploring possible alternatives to generate heat and the effect that this will have on energy consumption.
Workshop 2: Individual Impact Assessment
Student Name: Rowan Duvekot
We’ve discussed the problems caused by the linear economy. We’ve learned about impending resource depletion, sustainable product development and much-needed waste reduction. We came up with solutions for just about every step in the economy, but one. The engine behind any economy: our consumer behaviour. You will learn a new way to evaluate your everyday actions to help us live on this earth for a little while longer.
Workshop 3: Marketing in Circular Economy
Student Name: Tingjun Zou
To identify the problems that occur in the marketing aspect in circular economic related businesses, especially in small and medium size businesses. This workshop will allow participants to explore and practice effective marketing methods and various case studies will be discussed.
Workshop 4: Comparing Electric and Conventional Cars
Student Name: William Lumadjeng
Still debating whether or not to buy an electric car? Or to buy a car in general? This workshop will be about collectively creating a decision making tool when purchasing a new car, with a comparison between costs and emissions.
Workshop 5: Circular Business Models in the Fashion Industry
Student Name: Remi ten Brinke
The fashion industry is a very linear industry. How can fashion entreprises be profitable but still responsible at the same time? How to compete in a market that is known to take advantage of countries with cheap labor and terrible working circumstances? The shift from a linear to a more circular supply chain model is possible, but how? Multiple fashion related businesses, from a start-up to known brands, are reviewed and sustainable solutions are explored in this workshop.
Workshop 6: Sustainable fashion: How to design a circular textile industry?
Student Name: Laurène Vernay
The fashion industry and the textile industry are one of the biggest pollutants worldwide. In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to gain more insights about the impact of those industry on the environment, work in a fun and interactive way to create new circular business models, and find sustainable ways to cater to a more circular fashion industry.