In today's episode, you'll learn about a fascinating project - in 2020 the world's first self-sustaining and sustainable city district will be launched in Vetlanda, Sweden. It is called Hubville and the founder of the project, Anders Varger, share his vision on the project and how we can once and for all rethink how we live and work and redesign our lifestyle to create a more sustainable way of living.
To Anders Varger sustainability is not only about environmental matters. According to him, sustainability is a multidimensional approach including everything from social sustainability, housing, schooling and transport to health and of course also co-living. In order to create a 100% sustainable city district every single detail on how we live and work have to be thought-through. Only then can we create a home where we can, not only survive, but also thrive.
In this episode you'll learn more about:
- Social sustainability, and why co-living is an integral part of creating a sustainable living
- What Hubville is and how they are planning on creating the world's first sustainable city district
- The future of sustainability from a multidimensional perspective
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