The Budapest conference on degrowth was where we started to plan for the book housing for degrowth.
More than 80 people joined at Kelet Cafe in Budapest, "Housing for Degrowth: let us rethink together the city". I introduced the talk by playing a bit of clarimella, a sort of "degrowed clarinet", which introduced a nice atmosphere. It was a great public participatory discussion, including presentation of different amazing local projects - plantation of fruit trees, organised by Paloma, Cargonomia (transport bikes in the city), Cyclonomia (bike repair workshop), a system of shared cargo bikes etc. For more details of the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1712797612159406/
At noon of the same day we had a more studious discussion at CEU university with around 20 researchers, explaining the ideas of the book, and the importance of degrowth narratives, in particular in housing, in front of growth/closure narratives. https://www.facebook.com/events/291474838135222/