Circular Design Lab Systemic Design 101 + Climate Action Workshop Feedback / Next Steps
Thanks for your interest in the CDL workshops. We just hosted a pop up' systemic design 101 workshop on Wednesday, October 28 at Bangkok 1899/ Cafe Na.

As a next step we would like to:

1) get feedback if you were able to join
2) understand if people are interested for us to hold a "3.0" CDL Workshop Series to advance the conversations and ideas started this week.

Please express your interest below and we will try to design according to what people want to make happen.



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Background (in case you missed it or couldn't join):
We have a growing community of people from around the city who care about taking action and responding to major complex challenges- from air pollution to plastics to food any beyond. We know that the diversity of talent and experience at the local level can collaborate to tackle these issues. So we use community and a 'systemic design' as a process to facilitate a meaningful exchange and possible next steps.

About the Circular Design Lab - Our Purpose
We are an experimental (open innovation) lab – led 100% by a team of volunteers. We bring people together to address environmental and social challenges using circular design as one pathway to explore systems intervention possibilities- or in other words- solutions to challenges.

What We Do
We leverage an ecosystem approach that embraces collaboration and community building. We curate panel discussions and custom systemic design workshops to tackle a complex contemporary challenges.

How To Join
We deeply believe in the power of inclusion and diversity – and from talks to workshops we invite all people, from all walks of life to join. You are welcome to encourage bringing friends and curious collaborators along for the ride!

Stay connected- be sure to signup for the updates at circulardesignlab.org, and follow on facebook or twitter!
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If you are interested in joining a Circular Design Lab "3.0" Systemic Design Workshop Series (usually 3-4 sessions) let us know about your availability below
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Please tell us why you are interested in joining and what you hope to get out of the workshops
Also, if you would like to volunteer in a more meaningful way, we would love that! Please let us know what a 'win win' would look like for you.
If you didn't join the October 28 workshop, yet are filling out this form to express interest in future workshops, please let us know if you ever joined previous Circular Design Lab gatherings, workshops, events in the past?
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