Greenfabric, creative workshop for the ecological and social transition. It's almost Christmas, I hope you're enjoying this little winter break to warm up with your family or friends and maybe also to think about next year. What do you want to do more of? What do you want to learn?
I hope this episode will inspire you because it's about learning and resilience. We're going to talk about ceramics workshops, sewing workshops, and more. We go to meet Greenfabric, with Valentine the founder.
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@tournevie, the tool library. How many of you have discovered a passion for DIY since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis? But who says do-it-yourself means tools, have you invested in materials knowing that you will only use them two or three times? Or have you borrowed tools from your family, your friends...? In this episode we're going to talk about DIY but more about tools, or more precisely about tool rental and for that there's a great thing called @tournevie: an accessible and local tool library. What is it ? How does it work ? We discuss it with Yannick
WeCo Store is a Brussels store located near the chatelain in Ixelles that selects for you the most environmentally friendly clothing and accessories while remaining accessible to all. They prove to us that it is possible to consume ethically in fashion too. Why is it important to rethink our consumption? How do they select one brand over another? The answers in this episode. Follow them also on instagram : @wecostore and on Facebook: @wecostore
The TedxULB is a cultural event organized largely by students of ULB. It brings together inspiring speakers from all over the world. It's an opportunity to enrich yourself, to open yourself up to a great event while remaining accessible to all. How can students organise such a large-scale event? And what can we expect from the next edition in 2020? Follow them on Facebook: tedxulb and instagram: tedxulb.
Happy Hours Market, the young Brussels startup that's a hit. With their magnificent yellow truck, they collect unsold food to sell them first at a low price to people the most in need, and then they distribute the remaining stock free of charge to partner charities. A very nice way to fight against food waste while supporting the local community. Follow them also on Facebook @HappyHourMarket and Instagram @happyhoursmarket
ZERO, a symbolic name for this new zero-waste restaurant in Brussels. In addition to offering catering using local products, Zero organises upcycling and DIY workshops with the aim of becoming more autonomous, more economical, and to let go of the phone for a moment so that you can devote yourself to a manual activity. Follow them on facebook: ZERO and instagram: @zerobxl
To introduce Benvox, I'm switching roles. I'm lucky enough to be interviewed by Elisa Brevet. I explain why I chose to get into podcasting, and what am I trying to create.
Who are we?