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23/24 Mar – What would Nature do?

March 23 @ 10:00 am - March 24 @ 4:00 pm

Nature has been regenerating itself over billions of years with ecosystems constantly recycling, reusing, repairing and adapting in a circular system. Our current ways of living however, depend on a linear model of consumption where we take → use → and dispose of precious resources. This, and our pursuit of endless growth are putting the natural world, upon which we all depend, under extreme stress. In thinking about moving away from this model we’ll be exploring how to be more attentive to the lessons that nature can teach us and asking ‘What Would Nature Do?’ (#wwnd)

Join us to:
REIMAGINE in a wondrous, creative space hosted by CCI and community artist Hilary Cox Condron. You’ll get hands-on and marvel at the balance in nature through art activities and soundscapes.

CONNECT in the sustainable living advice hub where we’ll support you to root your hopes and ideas in practical action. Local experts promoting circular and sustainable living around Cambridgeshire will be on hand for 1:1 chats and activities. This Hub is supported by Cambridge City Council.

REGENERATE at our two Repair Cafes get your broken items fixed for free at events that match those with broken stuff with people that can fix it. Pink Bin Dive a guided sessions for children to dismantle discarded electrical items, explore and repurpose their components.

Join us to watch everyday objects being regenerated in the Repair Cafe, to cultivate connections with artists, campaigners and innovators and together reimagine and create a future that’s teeming with life and guided by nature.

23/24 Mar – What would Nature do?

Details

Start:
March 23 @ 10:00 am
End:
March 24 @ 4:00 pm
Website:
https://cambridgecarbonfootprint.org/events/cambridge-festival-repair-cafe/

Organiser

Cambridge Carbon Footprint
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Venue

Kings College
King’s College, King’s Parade
Cambridge, CB2 1ST United Kingdom
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