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Hack The Earth 5th edition

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From 14 to 16th April took place the fifth edition of the Hack The Earth event at the Ecoindustrial postcapitalist colony of Calafou (geolocation)

The event was divided in three areas:
Hacking Area, where free technologies with the arts and sciences get mixed.
New Structures Area, for sharing experiences of cooperativism, networked work, self-employment, etc.
Materials Area, for the experimentation with the reappropriation of traditional materials and discover new ones that can help in self-organisation.

Info about the nodes, workshops and talks:




The Anoia river close to Calafou is one of the most polluted in Europe. During the next weeks we will be working toghether with the inhabitants of Calafou on a self sufficient open source timelapse camera to monitor the river.


Wow, super!!!

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