How to be Sustainable(ish) at home and how it can help get others on board
In this webinar we explored the concept of Sustainable(ish) with Jen Gale the author of The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Make Small Changes that Make a Big Difference.
We spoke about where we are now as a society in terms of sustainability and the role we can play as individuals and households and the power that we have to create positive change before diving into some of the practical steps we can take and give you some tips and ideas for getting others on board - partners and kids, wider family, work colleagues.
This session is ideal for everyone who wants to become to learn about how to have a sustainable(ish) lifestyle and how to influence other people to adopting small changes to become more sustainable.
During this session you will gain:
- An understanding of some of the key challenges the world is facing now;
- The change we as individuals can have on making a more sustainable world.
- Practical recommendations on how to implement small changes on your journey to a sustainable(ish) lifestyle.
- Tips on how to influence others to take the plunge to becoming more sustainable(ish)
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