CrowdDoing Living Walls/Plant Walls Architecture Volunteering sought. Architecture Volunteers who can help imagine how plant wall can be wrapped around train stations, airports, highways, bridges, buildings or other urban spaces are sought. Living walls (https://inhabitat.com/the-worlds-largest-vertical-garden-blooms-with-85000-plants-in-the-heart-of-bogota/) have happened in different parts of the world, from tall buildings to indoor spaces (https://www.verti-grow.com/blog/7-largest-and-tallest-living-walls-around-the-world) to apartment complexes (https://newatlas.com/worlds-tallest-living-garden-quebec/31949/). Please help us visualize a world in which plants through living walls get to more of the places they are needed by volunteering through CrowdDoing's virtual collaboration group on this via our Impact Potential Analysis department.
You can see how we have organized volunteers around for example developing an Impact Potential Analysis vis a vis the Sustainable Development Goals for Arcimoto. You can learn more about how CrowdDoing works here.
For each social enterprise challenge, we identify from a systematic change perspective what volunteer expertise combinations would ideally be available for that social enterprise. CrowdDoing, a joint initiative of Advance Social innovation ( www.advancesocialinnovation.o rg/crowddoing and Reframe it) needs volunteers with CrowdDoing Virtual visual facilitation/graphic facilitation/visualization- Impact Potential Analysis expertise in order to comprehensively help the social enterprise sector. Each social innovation/social enterprise challenge we work on we seek to recruit volunteers by leveraging information about who is currently interested in skilled volunteering from Linked In and other sources. This listing is for volunteers interested in helping as a CrowdDoing Social Innovation Virtual Grantwriting Volunteer.
CrowdDoing leverages global virtual collaboration to help transformative social innovations scale (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gDJtdZsCHHskaiOcwf4MB1tikkL7LMoo/view?usp=sharing). You can see how we have organized volunteers around for example developing an Impact Potential Analysis vis a vis the Sustainable Development Goals for Arcimoto (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2QfhAjsxaIGU2hRNXk1QVVxUVE/view?usp=sharing). You can learn more about how CrowdDoing works here (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NlevZtOIq6NmwdfighptYqTRK_Pt-YQy/view?usp=sharing).