Our Applied Creativity Lab to find innovative solutions to air pollution and pitch our ideas to industry experts came to a close today!
Suggestions included replacing firework displays with drone light shows, encouraging the use of bikes vs. current company car policies and the unique creation of a spray which neutralises air pollution in your locale. Bravo to all!
Day 2 of our Applied Creativity Lab is now complete!
Project partners have worked in teams to develop innovative solutions to air pollution across Europe - these ideas will be presented to a panel of industry experts next week. Wish us luck!
This month, project partners have the unique opportunity to participate in their very own Applied Creativity Lab!
Guest speakers include Air Pollution Expert Alberto Gonzalez Ortiz from the European Environment Agency, Research Scientist Dr Kirsty Pringle from the University of Leeds, Cycling and Walking Lead Associate Paul Osbourne from SYSTRA and Simon Carnall, Innovation and Propositions Manager at ENGIE.
This series of events is part of our preparatory activities for piloting taking place next year, in which Labs will be delivered to students in the UK, Belgium, Bulgaria, Portugal, Spain and Latvia.
Michael Miller, Project Officer, Aspire-igen Group