Webinar on sustainable lifestyles in action

From 08 April 2020 14:00 until 08 April 2020 15:30
At Online

2018 EWWR 10 Edition

Sustainability has certainly become a buzzword. So much so that, for those of us who care about it, it is more and more difficult to communicate about it in a concrete way that engages audiences.

The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) team has, since 2009, been promoting concrete actions and behaviours that contribute to reducing our environmental impact. For this webinar, we have teamed up with UN Environment to talk about strategies and techniques that work when communicating about sustainable lifestyles.

Garrette Clark, Sustainable Lifestyles Programme Officer, Consumption and Production Unit at UN Environment, will talk about the “Anatomy of Action”, a toolkit that encourages people to contribute to SDG 12 – responsible production and consumption. The initiative suggests core actions that can be undertaken in food, mobility, leisure (consumer goods and tourism) and housing. The Anatomy of Action’s assets and videos are designed for individuals and organisations who act as educators on sustainable living. Anyone can start their own “Take Action Challenge” based on these tools at any time. And what better time to take action than during the European Week for Waste Reduction?

In this webinar, you will also learn about what the EWWR has in store for the next edition, which will take place between 21 and 29 November, and what some of the best actions from last November were about. Do not miss it!

Agenda

  • Welcome and introduction
  • The Anatomy of Action – Garrette Clark, Sustainable Lifestyles Programme Officer at UN Environment
  • The European Week for Waste Reduction – Carmen Valache-Altinel, Communications Officer at the EWWR Secretariat
  • Q&A
  • Conclusions

Recording

Because of its success, the attendance list is full. The recording will be made available on the EWWR website.

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