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4-19/08/22
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Biotoopia`22 events’ shortlist
Biotoopia`22 events’ shortlist

BIOTOOPIA’22 invites everybody to consider the importance of beauty in the process of evolution.  You are welcome to attend the main Biotoopia events in August in Tallinn and the Viinistu Art Harbour (North coast of Estonia), as well as the events organized by our partners from July through October around Estonia. Most of the events…

25.07.2022
Biotoopia’22 programme has been reorganized
Biotoopia’22 programme has been reorganized

We are deeply sad to announce that the originally planned Biotoopia´22 programme has had to be reorganized. Instead of a three-day conference, this year Biotoopia will take place in Viinistu Art Harbour as a special programme free of charge for the public – on August 18th an art day will be held and on 19th,…

12.06.2022
The Biotoopia´22 walks: Interspieces City highlights hybrid living situations in urban settings
The Biotoopia´22 walks: Interspieces City highlights hybrid living situations in urban settings

The tour, which takes place on Lasnamäe, focuses on the variety of species found in the typical Soviet-era apartment buildings in Estonia. Even in places that appear to be man-made artificially, species diversity exists. Understanding the communities formed by the interaction of human and natural culture and interspecies empathy is important at a time when…

03.08.2022
The results of  Interaction Design Project with Biotoopia challenge illustrated how Tallinn City could be more sustainable
The results of  Interaction Design Project with Biotoopia challenge illustrated how Tallinn City could be more sustainable

The Interaction Design Project, which began with the Biotoopia challenge at Tallinn University and was led by professor Merja Bauters, yielded six outcomes, two of which were specifically targeted at Tallinn City.  One solution introduced how to reduce plastic waste using an awareness raising smart application and the other suggested a map of community gardens…

07.07.2022
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