New CENTRINNO Cartography Resources: Urban Transformation

CENTRINNO Cartography Webinar

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    August 8 - 3pm CEST
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    Online

About the webinar

Join us for this webinar, where you’ll have a fantastic opportunity to dive deeper into the CENTRINNO Cartography Tool. Learn about its potential to foster inclusive and locally productive ecosystems by mapping urban challenges, identifying stakeholders, and assessing available resources such as people, knowledge, skills, and infrastructure. During the session, we’ll also showcase the accomplishments of our pilot cities and how they’ve effectively used the CENTRINNO Cartography Tool to tackle environmental, social, and economic challenges in post-industrial areas.

The Speaker

Frenzi Ritter, Metabolic

Frenzi works at Metabolic Institute as a sustainability researcher and industrial ecologist in various consortium-based pan-European research projects. Trained as an interdisciplinary systems thinker, she is working with cities, regions, and other organizations to analyse urban sustainability issues and find integrated solutions. Before joining Metabolic, Frenzi studied industrial ecology, social-ecological studies and environmental sciences in the US, Germany and Canada. Frenzi holds a Masters in Environmental Management from Yale University and a Bachelors in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Freiburg University, Germany.

The Partners

Celebrating Global Innovation: The Fab City Awards 2024 Winners

Celebrating Global Innovation: The Fab City Awards 2024 Winners

Each year, the Fab City Awards honor initiatives and projects that develop creative solutions to the most pressing urban and rural challenges.

Doughnut Economics: From Cities to Bioregions

Doughnut Economics: From Cities to Bioregions

Our recent round table featured urban planner, researcher, and participation practitioner Leonora Grcheva from the Doughnut Economics Action Lab (DEAL).

Scholarship opportunities for our Master in Design for Distributed Innovation

Scholarship opportunities for our Master in Design for Distributed Innovation

Fab City Foundation and IAAC encourage applicants to seize these funding opportunities and join the community of future changemakers at MDDI.