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Amsterdam Talks #3: How Green is your city?

This summer, A City Made By People is back with Amsterdam Talks, shedding light and gathering insights on the green spaces of our city, with our community.

● TOPIC?
How Green is Amsterdam? Or better yet, is Amsterdam Green enough? We see an overload of cyclists, an array of parks, and an overall eco-friendly attitude towards daily life in our city. But as true Amsterdammers, are we going to roll-down our sleeves and say we're "green and done"?

For this event, we've invited three speakers from Amsterdam to share with us the stories and passion behind their Green initiatives, and how they came to be.

Join us to find out how Green Amsterdam is as a city, and if it's Green enough.

● WHEN?
17th of July, 2019. Doors open at 18.30!

● WHERE?
Zoku Amsterdam Rooftop, at Weesperstraat 105, 1018 VN Amsterdam

● WHO'S THERE?
Communiction Manager of De Gezonde Stad, Tim De Broekert, will share his findings of the latest research De Gezonde Stad has done on how Green Amsterdam actually is and what we citizens, can do to make it more Green.

Nadine Galle, Co-founder and CEO of Green City Watch, with a quest to build better places for people to live, and to revolutionize the way we citizens value nature. Most recently in her work, she defined the #InternetofNature in her TEDx Talk, developed #UrbanNatureAmsterdam: the city’s first green and blue map.

And Natascha Hagenbeek, Founder of I can change the world with my two hands, who will highlight the work she does in sustainability and on greening her neighbourhood through a 1200m2 inner-garden in Amsterdam West.

● PROGRAMME
18:30 | Doors open, meet and greet us
19:00 | Speakers start
20:30 | Talks end, opening slot for questions
21:00 | After drinks and networking, with speakers and citizens alike

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This event is in collaboration with our partners, De Gezonde Stad & Zoku Amsterdam.

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