How do humans and nature depend on each other? And how does this interdependence work through in aspects of our lives, like the products we buy and the way we work? During the Symbiosis symposium at BlueCity in Rotterdam, circular economy pioneers shared their stories on their entrepreneurial journey and the way they bring humans and nature closer together.
DIT's student-correspondents, Chloe Tan and Jordis Wunder, attended the Symbiosis festival and reported on the circular economy stories they experienced there. Chloe attended a deepdive on Invasive Species, where they discussed how invasive species can be seen and used as a resource in the circular economy. Jordis attended a deepdive on duckweed, where they talked about FlipTheCity, a circular start-up that uses duckweed to produce tiles.
About the student-correspondent positions
The DIT platform and BlueCity have teamed up with student-correspondents to spread the messages on circular economy and transformative academic work on the whole campus. Would you like to become a student-correspondent yourself? Then reach out to DIT by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and check the full position here.