Events, people

TEDxKazimierzSalon – There is no Planet B – links and next steps

Our event on 8th November 2018 was sold out with a lot (226) people on our waiting list. For those at the event and for those who couldn’t get a ticket, here are links to the

TEDxKazimierz  Commitments

These are the new initiatives we launched at the event
TEDxKazimierz Challenge group

TEDxKazimierz Adventure group


Zero Waste Polska

Zero Waste Kraków
Zero Waste Association



Kraków się dzieli – Kraków is sharing

Mending Our Disposable Culture about Repair Cafes
TEDxKazimierz talk about Solutions Journalism by the producer of BBC Radio “People Fixing the

Bilbo / Book sharing:  (there’s no mobile app, only desktop version)

The TED talks we showed:

The Official TEDx Intro Video

1 Jeff Kirschner: This app makes it fun to pick up litter

-The earth is a big place to keep clean. With Litterati — an app for users to identify, collect and geotag the world’s litter — TED Resident Jeff Kirschner has created a community that’s crowdsource-cleaning the planet. After tracking trash in more than 100 countries, Kirschner hopes to use the data he’s collected to work with brands and organisations to stop litter before it reaches the ground.

Jeff Kirschner’s special message for TEDxKazimierz 2017

Litterati a Litter Free World

2 Emma Bryce: What really happens to the plastic you throw away?
We’ve all been told that we should recycle plastic bottles and containers. But what actually happens to the plastic if we just throw it away? Emma Bryce traces the life cycles of three different plastic bottles, shedding light on the dangers these disposables present to our world.

3. Dianna Cohen: Tough truths about plastic pollution
Artist Dianna Cohen shares some tough truths about plastic pollution in the ocean and in our lives — and some thoughts on how to free ourselves from the plastic gyre.

4. Tristram Stuart: The global food waste scandal
Western countries throw out nearly half of their food, not because it’s inedible — but because it doesn’t look appealing. Tristram Stuart delves into the shocking data of wasted food, calling for a more responsible use of global resources.