How do we design truly universal processes to guide transformations towards regenerative communities?
In this new collaborative blog post, Metabolic, Fab City Foundation, and CENTRINNO embark on an exploration of this question, reflecting on a journey to develop global solutions.
Together, we hosted a series of insightful global webinars, specifically crafted to understand how to expand the reach of the CENTRINNO Cartography. Our aim is to promote its use for the development of sustainable, resilient, and regenerative urban systems on a global scale.
During these webinars, participants from Fab Cities in diverse locations such as Indonesia, China, Canada, Brazil, and Chile came together, each contributing their unique blend of cultural heritage and modern challenges to the discussion.
The CENTRINNO Cartography, as tested during the CENTRINNO project, serves as a powerful tool. It addresses critical social and ecological challenges, maps stakeholders and resources, and fosters synergistic connections for circular production and knowledge transfer. But is it possible to do all this while also respecting the distinctive characteristics of each city and recognizing the rich diversity inherent in urban environments?
Find it out in this new collaborative blog post!
New CENTRINNO Cartography Resources
The Cartography follows the 9 pilot cities across Europe on their mapping and exploration journeys toward circularity as a living tool.
Weaving Technology into Tradition – the GAWA Project
Fab Bhutan Challenge stories narrated by the very participants.
Fab City Collective reactivation during the Bali Fab Fest
Check out all the advancements made by the Collective in Bali