We believe that the battle for a sustainable future will be won or lost in our cities.
We know that solving our world’s biggest challenges is possible and affordable,
if and when we work together.
We strive for people to have more ownership of their communities,
with better access to capital and governance.
We are convinced that cities have the capability of solving even our biggest problems.
We know that cities will provide something for everybody,
only because and only when they are created by everybody.
We are committed to the values and principles defined in the
Earth Charter and the Earth Charter Cities Manifesto.
We follow the Tinbergen Rule, which teaches that every policy needs a tool.
We continue to develop tools for sustainable cities and communities.
We tirelessly design, create, change, develop, disrupt and deploy ways to win the battle for
a sustainable future.
We have radical hope. We think you should too.
Welcome to the World of Walas.

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events | 01-05-2017

Walas at Green Building Conference

World of Walas will be presenting at the Canada Green Building Council’s conference, Building Lasting Change, on May 31 in downtown Vancouver. Building Lasting Change is Canada’s largest green building conference and is known for activating connections, delivering world class learning opportunities and cultivating inspiration and innovation. Join us there as we draw on lessons from […]

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spinnerij-oosterveld | 01-05-2017

Sheltersuits arrive in Vancouver

Now in Canada! Walas is happy to announce that Sheltersuits have arrived at Dudoc in Vancouver. See them in the showroom and learn more about how they are saving lives.

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spinnerij-oosterveld | 06-04-2017

Mayor of Münster visits Spinnerij

Collaborating across regions.

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news | 01-05-2017

Dudoc showcases unique Product Design from KPU

Last week at Dudoc, the second cohort of the Product Design program at KPU’s Wilson School of Design celebrated the conclusion of a 4-year exploration and learning of design. The graduating students’ projects reflect creative excellence and the school’s unique approach of balance between theory and a hands-on polytechnic experience, along with close connection to […]

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