Following the City Team Neukölln Kick-Off meeting in October, and the workshops I and II in November on co-creating Edible City Solutions took place. Together with representatives from the communal administration, local social and culture institutions, the neighborhood and nature conservation, we explored relevant topic clusters for the development of adapted Edible City Solutions. With the help of a pre-test the City Team identified key areas to develop further activities in. The areas read as follows:
The Living Lab as a place for active neighborhood participation for a vital and participative neighborhood and cemetery development.
The Living Lab as an environmentally sound and low threshold educational space for sustainable and climate friendly urban nature and urban agriculture.
The Living Lab as a space for co-creating a gentle cultural change of a cemetery considering the fostering of biodiversity and conservation as a green commemorative and recreation place.
On this basis the City Team collected potential activities and projects to be developed in the Living Lab of Prinzessinnengarten. In Workshop III, which will follow in the first half of December, these activities will be specified into further Edible City Solutions. An update on these will follow soon.