In September 2012 we presented our play “Setting the Stage for Sustainable Consumption” at the AgriKultur Festival 2012 in Freiburg.We experienced for the first time to perform on a proper – but very small – stage and particular enjoyed showing our piece to a wide public audience and a lot of families.
In June 2012 we were invited by the DAAD to perform as part of the Right Livelihood College Campus (RLCC) at Bonn’s Center for Development Research (ZEF).
The Right Livelihood College is a global capacity building initiative of the Right Livelihood Award Foundation, popularly known as the “Alternative Nobel Prize”. RLC aims to harness and to internationally spread the knowledge and experience of the winners of the Right Livelihood Award. The RLC Campus Bonn promotes exchange and synergies between the RLA laureates’ work and applied interdisciplinary research and education particularly in the fields of poverty alleviation, environmental sustainability, and social justice.
Read a media article on our performance in Bonn on the DAAD’s Millennium Express website.
On Friday 2nd March 2012 we presented our first scientific theatre play “Setting the Stage for Sustainable Consumption” as part of the 5th Freiburg Forum on Environmental Governance. The forum is anually organized by the students of the Master of Environmental Governance program.