Camp Unstoppable: Waste Management and Recycling – May 12 – May 16, 2014

This edition of Camp Unstoppable teaches you how you can be part of a solution, and turn waste into wealth, through management and recycling.


Waste is recycled almost everywhere in the cities. This edition of Camp Unstoppable teaches you how you can be part of a solution, and turn waste into wealth. The camp is focuses on waste2wealth – how might we create wealth out of the huge waste that our city throws up everyday. Besides helping children connect deeply with social challenges in a positive way, the camp helps build empathy, a holistic understanding of a problem, working in teams, and the experience of taking an idea from observation to on-the-ground solution.

From experts like Vani Murthy speaking about waste management, to site visits to waste centres in Bangalore, kids will get to come up with ideas and solutions to tackle waste in Bangalore, meet experts, and go on awesome field trips that’ll make them look at local solutions in a 360 degree manner.

They’ll also learn how to recycle, and about the importance of the kabadiwalla’s and raddiwalla’s in the city! And at the end of the camp, the children will get to design their own sustainable waste management systems!

Dates: May 12 – May 16
Time: 9 AM to 12:30 PM
Venue: Rococo House, off Rest House Road, MG Road.

Register here – http://goo.gl/x3HmtR

For more details about the camp and how to register, visit the Camp Unstoppable page on The Alternative.


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The future is not a result of choices among alternative paths offered by the present, but a place that is created--created first in the mind and will, created next in activity. The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating. more

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