Over the past eight years, I’ve probably spent hundreds of hours writing about rubbish. Which doesn’t really surprise me—writing is my happy place. It’s how I sort out my thoughts, generate new ideas, and it even pays the bills!
So, this Saturday, 10 September, will be a little different: I will be talking rubbish at the Hampstead Norreys Greenfest. Come along to St. Mary’s Church at 2:15 pm to hear my thoughts about how we can put litter first and explore everything this fantastic eco-event has to offer.
Can’t make it on the day or want to re-visit the presentation afterwards? Check out a recording here:
Explore the Off the Ground website to learn more about the topics I touch upon in this short talk:
- For more about running a community clean up, take a peek here.
- You’re spoiled for choice for my thoughts about why people litter:
- Learn more about why recognising what we can control and influence is so important, and why upstream thinking is necessary if we want to stop litter before it starts.
- And dive into the complete Putting Litter First series:
- Layering Anti-Litter Solutions
- April: Who do you know?
- May: Eco-Schools
- June: Corporate responsibility?
- July: Right tools, right information
- August: Littering is an own goal
- September: Training anti-litter behaviour
- October: Butt out
- November: Role models
- December: Raise a glass
- January: What goes up …
- February: Salience at the shops
- March: Getting down to business
And this isn’t the only time I’ve been known to talk rubbish. Last year’s Litter-inar recording can be found here:
And the follow-up Q&A session is here: