Climate Emergency Center Hosts Workshop on Beginners Guide to Litter-Free Living
As the negative impacts caused by the global climate crisis continue to make headlines, the people of Lancashire continue to make a conscious effort to live a ‘greener way of life’ to reduce the negative environmental impacts caused by our county.
The conversation about how to live a greener life continues to grow on and off social media, a Preston company that sources and distributes groceries from Lancashire businesses wants to educate newbies in the matter waste reduction on how they can reduce their carbon footprint.
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The event to help the environment will take place this Thursday (September 8), from 10 a.m., and has been organized by Back To Eden, a local food box distributor. The vegetable box scheme which aims to bring affordable organic and local food to Preston was founded by Alina Belousova and started in September last year.
Advertised on social media and based at the Preston Climate Emergency Centre, located at 32 Cheapside Preston, the event says “even if you are not a complete beginner, your input will be invaluable to those who are”. We can all share our tips and suggestions on how to live more frugally, minimally, and simply without creating a lot of waste in our lives.
Details of the climate workshop can be found on their Facebook event where locals are invited to the “Beginner’s Guide to Litter-Free Living”.