What’s Y3K: Planet Lost And Found about?
Wondering how you can make a difference in the face of the current climate crisis? Y3K is an event focused around the idea of an organic lifestyle coming together. Being held on 8th February 2020, at Pioneer Hall, Bandra West, Mumbai. Synergising the ideas of renewable energy, sustainable food & fashion, co-living, urban planning, animal welfare, and circular economy. Spaced out with eco-champions sharing their insights and experiences, workshops and networking of likeminded individuals.
You can participate in the additional events leading to Y3K, such as, Mahim Beach Clean-up on Saturday, 1st February from 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM. It is a citizens moment initiated by Indranil Sengupta and his wife Rabia Tewari.
And The Inheritage Project on Sunday, 2nd February from 8 AM – 10 AM (more details coming soon).
And on the day of the event you can also attend the Pich-a PachaKucha, meaning “chit-chat” in Japanese. It’s a pitcher round, where individuals will pitch their ideas, giving the audience a window to collaborate.
Their Clients & Collaborators Fair is a dedicated space to market and advertise your new business relationships. It is an amazing platform to network.
Attend workshops by skincare brands such as Bare Necessities, and by the magazine Current Conservation.
Have a great time with the speakers at the event such as, Anish Andheria (President at Wildlife Conservation Trust). Shloka Nath (Head of Sustainability at TATA Trusts), and many more.
Admire the installations by the Bombay Shirt Company, Maithalee Suryawanshi, and Ankita Trivedi. Watch the screening of ‘The Gaia People’, and enjoy the live art and printmaking session by Jai Ranjit.
Explore and shop at the brand stalls of Fae Beauty, Slow, Better, and many other organic and sustainable brands.
Last but not least, enjoy amazing musical performances by Ditty and Discoman, curated by Sienna.
For more details click here.
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