How Can We Accelerate Electric Mobility in Bali?
Interested in learning a new problem-solving method that would be super useful and applicable to your own business and daily life, networking with fellow location independent professionals, while at the same time contributing to solve Bali’s environmental problem? Then carry on reading!
It might not be new to you that Bali has a constant problem of declining air quality. One of the main causes of air pollution in Bali is vehicle exhaust emitted by the rapid growth in vehicle ownership each year. One of the solutions that’s being offered by the government is the production and regulation of electric vehicles. Our Minister of Transportation even created a big discussion titled Electric Vehicle as Solution of Air Pollution and Shortage Of Fuel on August last year as a sign of how impactful electric vehicles are for the reduction of air pollution. But of course, the implementation is not as easy especially on an island like Bali where people are already so used to petrol motorbikes and cars.
In effort to raise more awareness about the issue, Dojo alongside with SKUTE and Impact Nomads are hosting a Clean Air Mini-Hackathon with main challenge : How Can We Accelerate Electric Mobility in Bali?
What’s a Mini-Hackathon?
The Mini-Hackathon is a 2,5 hour Hackathon bringing together social entrepreneurs, changemakers and thought leaders to create positive impact for Bali. A Hackathon is a design sprint-like event where participants solve problems and generate solutions on a specific case within a short period of time. In this case, the the event would take only 2.5 hours. It’s a method that has been modified a lot and used in many major companies like Google to solve problems, give birth to innovation and keep up with change
What You Will Do
– Hear an in-depth explanation from the first-hand experts about the air quality problem and electric mobility opportunities in Bali;
– Experience a problem solving method via the very useful hackathon technique that you can also apply to your own business or even daily decision making!
– Work together in a team of social entrepreneurs, changemakers and thought leaders to create solutions that will have real positive impact;
– Meet and network with like-minded individuals that want to change the world for the better
About The Facilitators :
SKUTE is an electric bike movement sparked out of the Green School community to build a cleaner, quieter Bali. The founders feel urged to take steps to do something good for the planet and to building a cleaner, quieter Bali. SKUTE’s mission is to accelerate the transition from fuel based motorbikes to electric motorbikes in an environmentally and socially responsible way.
The world is her playground, but Maike has a special place in her heart for Sydney, Cape Town and Bali. These places are perfect to escape the European winters, and have this unique combination of beach and urban lifestyle. Her motto is “it always seems impossible until its done”. Maike works on partnerships that aim to have a positive impact. She co-founded Impact Nomads, an impact-based co-working community. They organize various programs on unique locations around the world for anyone who wants to unleash their full potential and co-create innovative solutions with local communities. She also founded the Sunny Side Up Foundation, supporting social entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Event Registration Instructions
This event is for Dojo & Hubud members with limited public space. If you want to join this event, please register at the Dojo Front Desk or send us an email to email@example.com, It’s mandatory.