Talk: Introducing Kanthaus
Two shabby buildings in a German town you’ve probably never heard of before have become home for a group of post-waste activists: we call it Kanthaus.
Located within the mesh of global challenges is the fact that 1/3 of edible food isn’t eaten. The issue of waste is a focal point for our project, inherited from our involvement with yunity.org and foodsharing.de. We believe that waste can be avoided, and relationsips built, through sharing. Kanthaus is a platform for people to promote sharing and/or reduce waste.
I fell into this project early on and I’ll present about the history, the first 6 months and future plans—
- on Friday 15th December, 17:30 as a standalone event at The Shrub, 13 Guthrie Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JG. This will be an interactive ~45 minute presentation with time for further discussion afterwards. Add it to your Google calendar, any other calendar or via Facebook.
- on Sunday 17th December as part of the Lightening Lectures event at Glasgow Autonomous Space, 53 Kilbirnie St, Glasgow, G5 8JD, UK. This will be a ~5 minute lecture will a ~5 minute discussion immediately afterwards. This event starts with food at 17:00 and with lectures starting at 19:00. Original event posted on Facebook, add it to your Google calendar or any other calendar.
Hope to see you there!