WEDNESDAY 9th SEPTEMBER 2020
EVENT 18:00 - 19:30 UTC+1 (Paris, Stockholm)
Towards circular fashion: giving an unexpected new life to your old clothes
We are currently recycling our plastic, cardboard and glass waste, but what happens with the old clothes that we throw away? At the moment that are no commercial recycling processes for waste textiles, which means that discarded clothes are just piling in landfills or are being incinerated. At Lund University, we are trying to provide alternatives to the fashion sector so that this waste can be handled sustainably and old clothes can have a new and useful life.
Miguel Sanchis Sebastia
Why plants are awesome ?
Plants have a remarkable ability to resist to extreme environments. One remarkable example corresponds to Chernobyl, after the nuclear disaster. Why plants around Chernobyl recovered and repopulated the area so quickly? Do plants have some secret tools that allow them to resist to radiation? Why it is important for us to know ? I will talk about all the aspects that makes plants resistant to radiation and convince you that plants are awesome !
SLU - Swedish university of Agricultural Sciences