Sarah Friederich

Sarah Friederich

  1. What experience of yours do you bring to this lab? [mind]
    I’m working for the Global Ecovillage Network GEN Europe, where I am in charge of communications of a project on bioeconomy called Bloom (financed by the EU Horizon2020 program). I bring experience in community living and in working for NGOs in the areas of environmental protection and human rights.
  2. What excites you about this lab? [heart]
    My interest in circular economy comes from my passion for sustainable solutions and the questions that drive me: how can we grow into a new consciousness of our interconnectedness with the Earth and all its beings? How can we change our consumption habits in a way that they do no longer destroy and threaten life? Which tools and structures can support this paradigm shift, both on an individual and systemic level?
  3. What do you expect to happen as a result of this lab? [will]
    Through my participation in the social lab I would like to learn more on circular economy and its practical local implementation, as well as to acquire new tools and methods that will help me co-create a new future together with other change makers.