Take it Slowly || TimeOut Series #1 with Noa Ben Moshe
Scientists have established that life as we know it is pushing us outside a ‘safe operating space’ on Earth, with potentially cataclysmic consequences for human life and survival. This is all the more relevant during the current global COVID-19 crisis.
In 2009 a group of academics at The Stockholm Resilience Centre identified nine planetary boundaries which ensure a stable life on Earth, which are presently under threat of being breached or close to their ‘tipping point’. In this TimeOut lecture we will look at how ‘Biomimicry’ – a term coined by Janine Benyus and originating from the Greek [bios = life; mimesis = imitation] might be used in designing the environment around us.
The lecture will be conducted by Dr Savithri Bartlett, Senior Fellow (Knowledge Exchange) University of Winchester and FRAMIORE’s friend.
As the world changes, so do we. But, what are these changes? How does the pandemic affect the way we see things or the way we think? What do we want for the future? How do we see fashion in this new paradigm of the world?
Listen to an inspiring lecture by Margaret Larmuth, a mentor for fashion and various creative projects, as well as an art expert in color, design, and fashion.
TimeOut is a knowledge sharing platform on sustainability, where anyone who is curious about sustainable fashion, needs advice or even a bit of inspiration, is welcome.
What is slow fashion and what does it take to slow down? How can we differentiate real efforts in sustainability from greenwashing? We discuss this and other topics with Noa Ben Moshe, Founder of Style with a Smile (https://stylewithasmile.co/) – ethical, sustainable and innovative fashion and lifestyle blog, recently named Vegan Fashion Blog of the Year.
__TimeOut is a knowledge sharing platform on sustainability, where anyone who is curious about sustainable fashion, needs advice or even a bit of inspiration, is welcome.
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