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Compostmodern kicks off next month in San Francisco, and we can’t wait to see what the world’s green thinkers have in store for us at this fantastic two-day event! This exciting conference will provide a platform for leading designers, architects, scientists, and visionaries to discuss ways that design can improve society and the environment. To spread the love we’ve teamed up with Compostmodern to give one lucky Inhabitat reader a free pass (worth $575) to the event which will take place March 22-23 at the Palace of Fine Arts. Want to attend? Keep reading to learn how to enter!

TO ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY:

1. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER HERE > (If you are not already a subscriber). We’ll be announcing the winner in our weekly newsletter, so if you want to find out who won, you’ll need to receive it in order to claim your prize!

2. LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW and tell us why you want to go. Yep, it’s as simple as that!

The deadline for this giveaway is February 27th. We’ll pick the comment we like best and announce the winner in our newsletter, so make sure you’re signed up!

Note: This contest is for the event pass only — accommodations and travel expenses are not covered. 

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14 Comments

  1. lesslandfill February 28, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    Hi there,
    Because 65% of the waste stream in the U.S. is made up of compostable material and of that, more than half is generated residentially, I am designing a project that examines waste management within the urban ecology in the context of landfill. This current design idea explores human motivation and behavior change in relationship food waste and composting practices. My vision is to see landfill reduced, eliminate methane emissions and feed the planet. I believe many people doing small things in the present can have a big impact on the future.
    As a grad student working on this thesis project I would, very much, like to attend the Resilience conference to enhance my thesis project.

  2. Kat VanCleave February 28, 2013 at 12:23 am

    Most simply put, we are the future. As designers we are meant to inspire and inform and address difficult problems and to look at the world in an unconventional way. We need to stop trying to sustain the Earth and start taking on a more proactive role to change the way that society functions in order to improve the overall quality of life. We need not to simply look at our present state on this planet, but to look to the future and what we want the legacy of our generation to be. Its time to stop philosophizing and start doing, creating, experimenting, and collaborating with others who embrace the same energy and vivacity to actually make a difference. We are all a part of this effort, and need more conferences such as this to bring visionaries together to be the change that we all keep talking about.

  3. amakaruk February 27, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    I work for a startup called Open Source Ecology, and we’re building a community that will create open source documentation for permaculture and general agricultural practices so that anyone can use them.

    I’d love to check out the latest and greatest technology and know-how to incorporate at our upcoming training center.

    Check us out:
    http://vimeo.com/58165438

  4. SustyLady February 27, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    My keen interest in attending Compost Modern is based on my background in sustainability, my devotion to cities and a real belief that change will happen when we really consider the uniqueness of each society -albeit nature, a city, rural village or a farm. I feel that one of the best ways to learn is through others – change-makers, who are out there in the field making things happen.

  5. miapes February 26, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    I discover a lot of useful social initiatives just looking around in
    the neighbourhood. But it’s easy to miss them. They need more visibility. I have just started my journey to learning more about sustainability. This would really be an amazing opportunity and ideal stepping stone to get more exposure and be inspired by a network of collaborative people .

  6. Yvette Perullo February 22, 2013 at 10:21 am

    As a graduate student in Visual Communications Design my MFA thesis and research focuses on integrating sustainable systems thinking into design education at the college level. Presently my work with Re-nourish.com focuses on providing interactive tools and resources for design students and professionals. Sustainability should be a much larger focus in the design process and I would like to attend Compostmodern to share ideas and gain inspiration with like-minded designers striving to achieve similar goals for the future of our profession.

  7. badger-bot February 22, 2013 at 12:42 am

    I would love to attend so I could interconnect with other sustainable architects, designers and engineers to share my world changing approach to bamboo architecture that doesn’t require any toxic glues like gluelam “plyboo” systems while also eliminating the cracking and hollow cavity issues associated with solid pole construction methods. My method of banding bamboo strips into beams will also transform the small diam. and crack prone native US bamboo species into affordable, sustainable and seismic resistant homes. This approach also makes logical sense as a means to rebuild Haiti, Pakistan and an expanding global population while combating climate change. Just a simple expression that exploits the flex properties of bamboo strips: http://bambitat.com/2008Drawings.html

  8. Justin Wolfe February 21, 2013 at 7:34 pm

    Design continues to expand and grow, events like this are worth way more than any monetary value, anyone would be so lucky to attend this. Being that I reside in San Francisco, I would gladly accept the available ticket and put it to good use. :)

  9. Dian Yu February 21, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    San Francisco is such a great host city, as it is a green pioneer and I’ll be able to find real life case studies for anything I’d learn from the conference!

  10. marla81 February 21, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    I am passionate about sustainability and have been wanting to hear and meet most of the names attending Compostmodern, alas can not afford it. I would love to have a chance to be there, join the discussions, learn more, think more, question more, and indulge myself into the hope for a better future :) Thank you!

  11. etobe February 21, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    Compostmodern seems like a fabulous conference, combining worldly knowledge of sustainable practices, caring for humanity, and design.

  12. Alec Binder February 21, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    :*) Thanks Inhabitat

  13. Alec Binder February 21, 2013 at 2:12 pm

    I would love to go because I can’t stop learning! It feels extraordinary to become part of this revolution, as well as find within ourselves fullfilment and purpose of our dreams! Please keep up the incredibly inspirational ripples Inhabitat, and thank you dearly for existing as well as sharing this opportunity! Namaste & Gassho

  14. MintyKeen February 21, 2013 at 1:34 pm

    I want to go to compostmodern, because I give a sh*t about our planet and how we leave it for future generations!

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