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Big Green Week
Bristol's festival of sustainability - 21st - 25th May 2018
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Stride Treglown May 25
If you missed anything we got up to for then we've just posted a little round up over on our blog 🙊🌿
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Big Green Week May 25
Another amazing woman committed to reducing their carbon footprint is . A keen supporter of reuse-recycle-reduce, Dina is promoting BS5 jumble sale next month and pledging to have a zero waste !
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Grub Stub May 25
By issuing a meal ticket per user as opposed to per meal sitting, Grub Stub helps reduce waste paper. An average festival sees a reduction of 700 sheets of A4 card whilst large festivals can see a saving of up to 2,000 sheets. That’s about 10% of a tree!
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Big Green Week May 25
Beth Izzard is the Creative Producer behind Bzzaar, a delightful jumble sale event showcasing Bristol creatives. From supporting local producers to embracing reusable tote bags, check out Beth's pledge and get inspired about reducing your carbon footprint!
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Big Green Week May 25
Day 5 Claire is co-founder at ​, aerialist​, and sustainability consultant for a variety of productions. Claire has shared an insight into how she is reducing her carbon footprint around her busy schedule over .
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People & Cities May 24
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Grub Stub May 24
Food production is thirsty! It takes an astonishing 1,927 kilolitres (one thousand litres) of water to produce one tonne of food, representative of what would be provided as crew meals
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Big Green Week May 24
Replying to @Greenhouse_PR
That is some wormery!! How long has that been brewing??
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Greenhouse May 24
This we’re considering how to tackle 🥗🌽🥕. We love using our wormery as one way to use up leftovers and scraps
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Icon Films May 24
One way we try to reduce our carbon footprint and ensure we are being conscious consumers is by shopping local and supporting based businesses
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Big Green Week May 24
have been supporting event production for over 15years and know what it takes to run a tight ship! James Barnett and Tom Barnett share insights into how they are elevating company and personal performance over by reducing their carbon footprint.
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Melanie Rodrigues May 23
Exciting to be at the premiere of - as featured in @CitytoSeaBrist 's fantastic talk on single use plastic & sea pollution which has now had over 20,000 views... keep the word spreading guys 🌈🌎🐋
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Grub Stub May 24
is not just a consideration for consumers, we need to be mindful in the workplace too
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Big Green Week May 24
Day 4 . First up, we welcome who are brand new creative agency in Bristol. All week the team have been doing loads of activities to reduce their carbon footprint, making taking the stairs look awesome for one things!!
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Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub May 24
It’s in Bristol this week and their call to action is to do something different in your routine that has a positive effect on the world around you…
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FRANK Water May 24
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Gareth Rae May 23
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Big Green Week May 23
Replying to @MrBandFriends
Wow team - love the enthusiasm for ! Time to start training for Bristol office teams Stair Sprint Challenge in 2019??
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Mr B & Friends May 23
We're focusing all our energy on saving energy for Wednesday of . It's all about the stairs! 🙌
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EU Environment 22 May 18
launches today at a new self-assessment and benchmarking tool for cities, and a source of information and advise for anyone wanting to learn more about how we can make cities greener and more sustainable 🌱 Try it out ➡️
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