Grid position: G4. Collectivity – Technical

Draft Busters Groups are self organized groups of volunteers helping people in the Neighborhood to improve houses insulation with simple and affordable techniques.
City farms (or Urban Farms) have great potential to increase the wellbeing of a neighboorhood by using urban spaces to create a thriving community, to improve the lives of local people through services offered in the farm, producing local ecological food and most of all, to sow the seeds of cultural shift in urban environments.
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Organising DIY, open-source, open-minded workshops about renewable power and raising awareness exploring the challenges of energy demand in our society.
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JooSoap Studio aims to spread knowledge about making ecological cleaning soap from used (kitchen) cooking oil at the international scale. It involves workshops, toolkits and local-global networking.
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Skillshare events can be useful tools to engage with the community, establish strong relationships, share knowledge, and taking steps towards self-reliance and resilience for the whole community.
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Climate Change make possible everywhere new meteo events of all kind. We need quick action to help people to get ready to unexpected phenomena like tornados, heavy snow or heat waves, flooding and so on. This is a tool to make a meeting to transfer basic informations in an cheap, effective and easy repeatable way.
Bristol Wood Recycling Project is a self-financed cooperative working to benefit community and environment, providing a competitive wood waste collection service, timber yard for trade and public and a wood workshop in which volunteers learn to produce bespoke furniture to order.
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Repair Cafés are free meeting places where expert volunteers, with repair skills in many different fields, can help people to fix things. Tools and materials to make any repairs needed can be found on-site.
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