Organic Village proposes to implement a platform for co-creation to alleviate the problems, foster cleantech adoption and support transition to 0-waste and resilient living environments. We aim to achieve this by bringing together the top-down and bottom-up initiatives towards one vision and co-creation plan. Our solution is based on scientifically and practically validated Integrated Approach to Circular Economy Design and Business Case around P recovery in Amsterdam. Our approach stems off the engineering method of MIT, used by NASA to send Mission to Mars. We are planning a mission on Earth – to restore biodiversity and create circular cities – by engaging the right actors in the right opportunities both locally and globally. We provide workshops and training sessions on engineering and rapid prototyping of solutions that add to resilience and circularity.
The business case of Waternet in Amsterdam is envisioned as a flagship project that will connect the dots and deliver a blueprint for replication and collaboration. The result of this project is digital tool Infinity (I) and physical tool Unity (U), which together will consist of a platform with manuals, expertise, tools, locations and joint ventures necessary for the realisation of Waternet and other business cases. In this project, with TU Delft, Waternet, StartLife and Witteveen-Bos, we aim to attract other key players and realise the P-recovery Circular Value Chain around WW in Amsterdam in the coming 6 years.