During our "Conversations with Green Changemakers in Japan", we bring along passionate individuals to talk about various topics around ecology and well-being.
Wed, April 8, 2020 UTC+09:00
19:00 – 20:00
Conversations with Green Changemakers in Japan
In the “Conversations with Green Changemakers in Japan” series, we bring along passionate individuals to talk about various topics around ecology and well-being.
Conversations with Green Changemakers in Japan,
Vol. 01 Urban Farming
What is urban farming and how is it related to a sustainable lifestyle? How can I do urban gardening in a cosmopolitan city like Tokyo? We welcome guest speaker Jon Walsh, Urban Farming/Sustainability Instructor and Consultant, to tell us about his experience and expertise on the topic at Vol. 01 of the “Conversations with Green Changemakers in Japan” series.
19:00 Kick off: Introductions (5 min)
19:05 Panel discussion (30 min)
19:35 Q&A (Open discussion) (15 min)
20:00 Closing: Closing words
※This meetup will be hosted online using the webinar tool Zoom. After signup, participants will be sent the link to join the meetup. Please be advised to download and sign up for Zoom beforehand so you can join from the minute the meetup begins!
Jon is a New Zealander who has been living in Japan for almost 20 years. He is an urban farming and sustainability instructor and consultant based in Tokyo. Since 2012, he has taught nearly 1,000 people including individuals, families, students, and working professionals how to grow healthy urban food to improve health, support the environment, and reconnect with nature.
FabCafe is a place that conveys and spreads the “Fab” spirit in a delicious, fun, and easy-to-understand way that is not constrained by the logic of mass production or the market. Digital fabrication machines such as 3D printers and laser cutters are installed in the café where people gather for workshops, creative community meetups, or a good cup of coffee.
Thanks to her ecological transition, Helene went from a career in the cosmetics industry to starting Mottainai Transition.
The goal of Mottainai Japan is to support English speakers and especially expats to move to a less impactful lifestyle in Japan. Helene also works with international companies to help them co-create their vision and inspire change in their organisation to move to a greener way of operating.
The Global Goals Jam (GGJ) Tokyo community gathers to achieve a sustainable, socially responsible and anti-poverty world. The GGJ is a 2 days designathon where local Jammers (workshop participants) utilize design thinking methodology to create interventions aimed at short term targets in support of the long term goals.
For upcoming events, please follow the GGJ Instagram!
Date & Time
Wed, April 8, 2020 19:00 – 20:00 UTC+09:00
Free (and online)