Crossing Borders // Roskilde Festival 22 / CB news CROSSING BORDERS // GREEN DESIGN MARKET STAGE Will you be at Roskilde Festival this year? Stop by Green Design Market and share the days with us! Crossing Borders will be hosting the Green Design Market Stage, with the goal of continuing spreading awareness and engagement towards green sustainability. We provide a series of guest speakers and interactive workshops on upcycling and food waste. Check out the program for the 3 days and make sure to visit us if you are there! You also can find us in the Roskilde Festival App (under events). TALKS AND WORKSHOPS June 30Thursday June 30 at 11.45How can I live sustainably?Talk with Karen BlincoeHow youth can imbed sustainability both locally, nationally, and internationally - Inspirational talk with Karen Blincoe, an educator, and designer in sustainability issues. Thursday June 30 at 14.00"something old, something borrowed, something new"- Upcycling workshopWorkshop with Céline FatyHow we can make slow fashion using fast fashion? The goal of this workshop is to continue enjoying what we are wearing by giving them a second life through customization. Learn practically with Celine Faty July 1stFriday July 1st at 11.45Sustainability and BiodiversityTalk with with Henrik Helweg-LarsenHow to balance a sustainable lifestyle with a biodiversity-friendly future? with Henrik Helweg-Larsen - Henrik is an organic farmer and an urban biodiversity project leader who is going to talk about our expectations regarding sustainability and how we can get some serious changes. Friday July 1st at 14.00"something old, something borrowed, something new"- Upcycling workshopWorkshop with Céline FatyHow we can make slow fashion using fast fashion? The goal of this workshop is to continue enjoying what we are wearing by giving them a second life through customization. Learn practically with Celine Faty July 2ndSaturday July 2nd at 11.45Growing Green CommunitiesTalk with Bent Egberg MikkelsenWhat tools do we need to create an urban garden in our communities? Bent Egberg Mikkelsen, a professor at Copenhagen University explains that. Saturday July 2nd at 14.00You won't throw coffee anymore!Workshop with Giselle Medeiros Mesiara"Coffee, climate change, our pocket, and sustainability"Denmark ranks among the top ten coffee-drinking nations and each year the amount of coffee leftovers that end up in the bin is huge. Let's learn about how the coffee ground can be used sustainably and how climate change impacts coffee cultivation. An interactive workshop with Giselle Medeiros Mesiara, Global Health, and Sustainability consultant.