Here are some of the events taking place during September to celebrate Zero Waste Week!
To launch Zero Waste Week online, I’ll be co-hosting the popular #EthicalHour tweetchat with founder, Sian Conway.
Join us on Monday 3rd September between 8-9pm, using the hashtags #ZeroWasteWeek and #EthicalHour
On Sept 5th, join FuturePlanet in Shoreditch at their “Sustainable Living Adventures in Zero Waste!” event.
Themes such as unpackaged, zero waste, transparency, collaboration and the circular economy are grasping the narrative. In this event, they’ll bring together pioneers to share their stories. Be Inspired, Empowered and Connect with others. Find out more and get your ticket here.
The organisers of Zero Waste life – London Meetup Group are running a series of events throughout Zero Waste Week and wrapping up with a Zero Waste Week Finale Market on Saturday 8th September where you can meet stallholders, attend free talks and take your unloved clothes for a swap event.
Slow Food Birmingham are taking over the kitchens at 1000 Trades during Zero Waste Week and hosting dinners designed to make us consider that 1/3 of food produced ends up wasted. Join them for a week of supper that will include creative adaptions of our most often wasted food – bread, to foraged and surplus food as they prompt you to rethink the way you cook.
Polly is hosting a free webinar On Saturday September 8th at 7pm to help you create good Zero Waste habits. You’ll learn about popular zero waste misconceptions, 5 actionable steps to help set goals and there will be time for a Q&A session at the end. Register your interest here.
14th-17th September is MSC’s Great British Beach Clean. Almost 7,000 people took part in the September 2017 Great British Beach Clean at 339 beaches. Help them make 2018 even bigger. Find events or become an organiser here.
Takes place just after Zero Waste Week. Details to be confirmed.
On 29th September, Zero Mkt London are holding London’s first ever vegan zero waste market at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Kensington). Everything will be edible, reusable, recyclable or compostable. There will be an array of stalls to explore, ranging from vegan food and drink, eco lifestyle products, and sustainable clothing items.
Surplus food will be donated to London’s homeless community and any profit will be donated to Animal Equality. Visit EventBrite to buy your ticket.
Abundance York will be making sure unwanted apples, pears and plums are distributed to local people, charities or community groups. They respond to the harvest time and requests to pick people’s trees. The project is primarily active from Sept-Nov picking, and they distribute apples until Feb if they have stocks.
More info here.
21 – 23 September 2018, at the Bamford Quaker Community, Derbyshire.
With the theme “Making Our Consumption Sustainable”, join the Lifestyle Movement for a weekend of inspiring presentations and the opportunity to meet like-minded people.
contact the lifestyle movement for details and to book your place.