SoTalk serie om 17.17 infrastukturen fortsetter:

Vi vet at vi må finne nye måter å samarbeide på for å nå bærekraftsmålene, men hvordan ser dette ut? Som et mulig svar på utfordringen har SoCentral har ledet samskapingen av 17.17, en infrastuktur for samarbeid og felles handling, i Oslo kjent som Pådriv. I høst arrangerer vi en serie med SoTalks der vi ser nærmere på hva som skal til for å etablere og lykkes med denne infrastrukturen for bærekraftig utvikling. Webinarserien holdes på engelsk.

Torsdag 09.12 kl 09.00-10.15
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SoTalk 17.17: Results from using the 17.17 methodology in two Norwegian cities

The 17.17 model has been tested in Oslo since 2015, and has now scaled to several cities in Norway to better collaborate on a more sustainable city transformation. We have presented the model in previous SoTalks, and now we want to show you what the model has led to, and therefore the concrete examples.

In this SoTalk you will meet people behind concrete projects and arenas on everything from circular resource centers to youth programs in Oslo. This will give you the insight to understand the value of the model, and of course, results vary from city to city, so the sky’s the limit.

The following speakers will share their experience with the 17.17 model:

Torstein Langeland establishing 17.17 in Trondheim, «The doing platform»
How can a street party create a more sustainable city? Torstein will show how Pådriv Trondheim with partners have used hyper local networks and an agile, action oriented approach, to create a better place to live, work, study and build in Trondheim’s Elgeseter district.

Jesper Vik All aboard
Jesper, master’s student in architecture at NTNU and member of 17.17 Pådriv in Trondheim will share from the Living Abelsgate project and the work of building a wooden toy tram on Dalsenget Torg. The tram is outside the old tram station at Elgeseter, which is owned by KLPPL Eiendom, a partner in Pådriv. The old Tram Stable will be transformed into a multi-use area for various businesses, neighborhoods, students and the city in general. The tram has become a popular attraction and has involved the neighborhood, and 17.17 partners in the construction process.

Olav Sunde Resirqel | Circular resource center for building materials
Increasing the reuse of building materials has a high priority in Oslo, Norway and the EU. To mature the market and better understand how this can be done at scale, Resirql and Statsbygg decided to engage with Pådriv Oslos’ infrastructure. Now a tent of 4,500 square meters will host an “open source” circular resource center for Oslo and the surrounding area with a warehouse, offices, workshop and teaching and conference rooms, as a concrete action to increase awareness, identify and solve barriers and develop viable business models for large-scale reuse of building materials in Norway.

Stina Låstad | Vollebekk fabrikker
The local municipality was made aware of an empty factory and office building in an area where several large housing projects where being planned. By engaging with Pådriv the city took an active role in co-developing and co-owning Vollebekk Fabrikker, together with the main real estate developers in the area. 4 years later this centre for social entrepreneurs, circular economy and neighborhood activities is inspiring projects all over Norway..

Sandra Skretting | How to empower young people in city development
Building a good neighborhood is about more than building good housing. What does it take for an urban area in vast transformation to become a young person’s dream district? 10 young people have helped us discover the answers, and we will hear what they have concluded so far, and how we have worked to make 17 different entities collaborate on this project.

Torsdag 09.12 kl 09.00-10.15
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