We’re starting to get the message.
From your nan to your next door neighbour, everybody’s doing their bit to be a little more environmentally woke lately.
If you care about climate change, making some immediate changes in your day-to-day behaviours and habits is the first step to showing it.
Still, finding straightforward advice on how to put simple changes into action can be tricky.
On Wednesday, August 28th, 2019, Republic of Work and the Cork Chamber are hosting Step by Step Sustainability, a free evening of chat and tips aimed at offering solutions in today’s throwaway society.
MC on the evening, Michelle O’Sullivan of the Cork Chamber, will introduce a panel of guest speakers with all the vital information needed to improve your sustainable efforts at home and at work.
Co-Founded by Dr Tara Shine and Madeleine Murray, Change by Degrees will be explaining the movement for convenient sustainability, where people and businesses are informed and empowered to act differently.
Environmental researcher at the Clean Technology Centre, Cork Institute of Technology, Sarah Broderick will be tackling food waste, while fashion designer Sarah O’Neill will explain how she challenges herself to be innovative in her approach to sustainability through zero waste pattern cutting and Anthotype print methods.
The event begins at 5.30pm at Republic of Work on the South Mall. You can register for free here.
Bring a Keep Cup to enjoy a free coffee while you listen to the speakers.