Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Creating a Circular Economy
Think about when you are about to buy or consume something. A product or service perhaps. The different considerations that you are weighing up when asking yourself - do I purchase or do I not? Now think about whether protecting the environment or tackling climate change forms part of this thought process?
Why does it matter? Well, the ‘stuff’ we consume is contributing to the climate crisis by increasing the amount of greenhouse gas emissions in the world’s atmosphere. Whether this is from the energy used by creating of the product, the way it has been transported to you, and whether the materials it’s made with are recyclable.
The good news is however, that we have the power to make a difference. Consuming less, reducing waste and using items to their full life cycle is what the ‘Circular Economy’ is all about! This is the economic model of the future if we are tackle climate change, and will go a long way in creating a more sustainable environment.
Join our webinar with expert speakers from across the UK, London and Brent as they share their insights and tips to help you make a difference in tackling the climate emergency on our doorstep.
Monday 28 February from 6pm to 7.30pm.
Our speakers include:
- Susan Evans, Green Alliance
- Doug Simpson, ReLondon
- Oliver Peat and James Mason, Veolia
- Sophie Flucker, Transition Kensal to Kilburn
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This webinar is the penultimate event of a series of ‘Beginner’s Guide to the Climate Emergency’ webinars, brought to you by the Brent Environmental Network (BEN).