Every day we see more products made to meet needs that are created for commercial purposes or without concern for environmental sustainability. How can we move to more virtuous attitudes, which set limits to runaway behaviors? All sectors are concerned and we will choose to look more precisely at some: textiles, plastics and electronics.
This event is Organized by The French Institute of Sweden. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, the French Institute of Sweden is one of the 98 French institutes around the world whose mission is to promote cooperation between France and Sweden in the following areas.
· Linguistic and educational cooperation
· Scientific and academic cooperation
· Cultural and artistic cooperation
· Promotion of French higher education abroad and welcoming foreign students to France (Campus France)
Founded in 1937, the French Institute of Sweden is located in the premises of the French Embassy in Sweden.
Vijay Kumar, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Textiles, Engineering and Business (including the Swedish school of Textiles) - Department of Business Administration and Textile Management;
Rudrajeet Pal, Professor, The Swedish school of textiles, University of Borås;
Emma Olbers, Swedish designer and creative director;
Audrey Baba, Organization Koldbath craft Kollektiv;
Cara Boccieri, Organization Koldbath craft Kollektiv
Teknik och framtid
Götaplatsen 3, 402 29 Göteborg.