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Lectures & Talks

In the past years I have been part of many conferences around Europe, participating in panel discussions and presenting my research and work. All the events were around the topics of sustainability, tech, innovation and their intersections with one another.

The Global Fashion Conference

Photo by The Global Fashion Conference

At the end of October 2018, the 6th edition of The Global fashion conference was held in the London College of Fashion. A few hundred participants took part in this event, from academia but also from the industry. Many young researchers were chosen to present their progress and outcome and I was one of them.

Wear It Berlin 

Wear It Innovation Summit is Europe’s leading conference and platform for professionals in the wearable technology business. Showcasing once more the technology of tomorrow, this event is the place where game-changing startups and innovators meet today’s industry leaders. During a crazy heatwave in June 2018 in Berlin, I presented my research, models, and outcomes so far. 

NEONYT Summer 2018

The global hub for fashion, sustainability, and innovation. 

Neonyt is the global hub for fashion, sustainability, and innovation. Incorporated into Berlin Fashion Week and with an international focus, it is the world’s leading event of its kind.

For the first this during the event on summer 2018, I was part of a panel discussion focused about sustainability in the jewelry industry, the differences between fashion and jewelry, the challenges, the solutions and next steps that should be integrated

Photo by NEONYT

FashionTech Works

In November 2019 I was invited to participate and present my work as part of FashionTech Works event in Antwerp. This event was organized by Flanders DC as part of Fashion United a project organized by the UN and its purpose is to create meaningful collaborations between people all around Europe around sustainability and technology.

Photo by Juan Wyns

Design and sustainability- "Bezalel" university and "Out of the Box"

In December 2019 I was invited to do two presentations on the connection between design and sustainability for design students and emerging designers. starting from framing what sustainability means in general and what implications could it have on design processes and product development planning.  As part of the presentations, many examples were presented from all around the world showcasing unique design while taking sustainability into account without compromises. 

Presentation by Danielle Keller Aviram

Circular jewelry webinar- Jewelry Industry Summit

In February 2020 I had the pleasure to speak as part of a webinar organized by the JIS on circular jewelry. In my presentation, I explained the basic principals of circular economy and their tight connection to the mineral and jewelry industry. As part of the presentation, I shared a few models that I developed and presented how they could be implemented in businesses. 

Presentation by Danielle Keller Aviram 

Upcycled jewelry webinar

The webinar began with reviewing the jewelry supply chain and the impacts created by jewelry production
Upcycled fashion is becoming more and more common strategy for many sustainable fashion brands but there are many differences in the supply chain between fashion & jewelry especially when talking about upcycling.
The next part was emphasizing the opportunities for change when focusing on upcycled jewelry and how they are translated into actions.

Sourcing is a big part of developing upcycled items and this can be built on materials from many channels while also increasing some challenges that were discussed.
During the webinar different upcycled jewelry examples were presented and how they communicate their upcycled jewelry story.

Presentation by Danielle Keller Aviram

RJC- SDG roadshow webinar

SDG 12- Responsible production and consumption

The webinar organized by RJC is part of a series of webinars for the jewellery and watch global supply chain to better understand and take measurable action towards Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Worldwide consumption and production — rest on the use of the natural environment and resources in a way that continues to have destructive impacts on the planet.

 

Sustainable consumption and production are about doing more and better with less. Addressing efficient management and use of natural resources that the jewellery industry is so dependant on. Tackling the issue of environmentally manage chemicals and all wastes throughout their life cycle. Reducing the release of waste to air, water and soil in order to minimize their adverse impacts on human health and the environment. In general adopting a mindset shift of reducing waste through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse especially when talking about precious minerals.

Presentation by Danielle Keller Aviram 

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