GreenMe Berlin Podcast | Your No. 1 Guide for Going Green in Berlin and Beyond
About This Show
Claudi is your passionate expert of the Berlin green scene - bringing its dedicated eco-preneurs and change makers together in one place!
This is where she goes out and chats to the coolest eco-minded businesses and startups of the city, building up a green lifestyle guide for
Berlin and beyond. For this podcast, Claudi is getting the most inspiring green founders and world improvers in front of the microphone
and tries to extract their stories, dreams and passions about moving things forward. Are you looking for new ideas to make your life happier,
healthier and greener, without making it complicated. No matter if you travel to Berlin, live in this vibrant city or were even born here -
I want to show you how easy it is to go green, be positive and go through the world with a huge smile on your face. I promise, it's
contagious. Times have never been better, we all can leave a massive impact with our daily actions, step by step, while having heaps of fun.
I'll show you how, so join me on my journey and start changing the world with me right now.
Most Recent Episode
GMB011: OSCEdays Berlin - How to Create a Waste Free Future
6 days ago
Lars Zimmermann (@bricktick) is a core member of the OSCEdays (Open Source Circular Economy) in Berlin. What are the OSCEdays? Well, I think these guys are really creating our future here. From 29th June to 2nd July, they’ll explore how a city without waste would look like. That includes one of my favorite topics: food. Plus, it’s about zero-waste consumption, upcycling fashion, circular design, architecture and so on… The program is full of panels, talks & hands-on workshops on issues like package-free shopping, growing your own mushrooms on waste, compost worms, dying clothes with leftover food, making your own soaps from old frying fat - I know sounds weird - and SO much more. Some of my favorite projects in the city are part of it, too, like Original Unverpackt, the Guerilla Architects with their MehrWert zero waste restaurant, the Tempelhof Community Garden Allemende-Kontor, the guys from Restlos Glücklich, the passionate team of Isla Coffee and and and… Good news: I got 5 FREE 4-day tickets for you. More info & the link below :) The Circular Economy topic grabbed my attention while ago, in a sense of: we’re in a throw-away society and there’s so much stuff already produced out there in the world that we don’t even need or use… What are creative ways to re-use, reduce, recycle? But the Open Source part? To be honest: Before I talked to Lars, the whole idea sounded interesting, but was still kind of abstract in my mind. But Lars really managed to change that. I am super grateful and excited how this interview turned out & hope that it will do the same to you and spur your curiosity for the future. Lars is an artist AND an economist from Berlin - such an unusual combination, isn’t it? He develops projects like the Open Source Circular Economy Days but also many more. He consults companies and NGOs. He does public speaking. And he also blogs and publishes articles in books and journals. All about Lars The way he looks at the world and understands the way things work are SUPER fascinating. Listening back in I have tons of more questions - but luckily, Lars and his team are putting on the OSCEdays, that will surely give me an answer to many of them! It’d be great to see you there. ------ My friends, I got something for you: the OSCE team gave me 5 FREE TICKETS for the event for YOU guys! It’s a first come fir