Briefing/training sessions for Plastic Action Champions – Calendar for October
Great British Beach Clean – Greenprint beach litter survey 2019
Briefings/Training sessions information for Plastic Action Champions
Briefing/Training session for Plastic Action Champions – 17:30-20:00 Monday 17 June 2019, Riverside, Lowestoft.
|05-06-19||(World Environment Day) – Sustainable and Active Travel (evening event). East Suffolk House, Melton.|
Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, Snape – weekend of activities and information on improving how we reuse, reduce and recycle plastic.
Plastic Action Forum, Lowestoft – evening – Film : A Plastic Tide plus launch of east Suffolk Plastic Action Champion scheme.
Plastic Action Day, Kirkley Centre, Lowestoft – morning – including showing of the Film: A Plastic Tide.
|29-08-2018||Plastic Action Felixstowe|
|25-08-2018||Orford Flower Show event report|
Great Blakenham Materials Recycling Facility Tour
|July||Beach Marathon report|
Visit to Great Blakenham Recycling Plant
Plastics know your place in the community. 6pm - 9pm - East Suffolk House, Riduna Park, Station Road, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1RT.
Lunch time stride and pick - Lowestoft
Screening of a the Sky Documentary ‘A Plastic Tide’ followed by a ‘refuse, reduce, reuse and recycle’ discussion/question time.
This was run as a low plastic event. Thanks go to Sky for supplying the DVD, the Salvation Army for providing the hall, The Bakery Felixstowe for the delicious vegan cookies, Fruit and Flowers Felixstowe for the bananas and dates, Foulger’s Dairy for the milk and the Woodbridge Tea Emporium for the tea. Thanks also to the Town Council, Felixstowe Forward, Plastic Free Felixstowe and all the others who circulated this event and will be circulating the key learning points and most importantly acting to reduce plastic pollution
Lunch time stride and pick - Melton
Marine Conservation Society Webinar
You can access a recording on: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/436043611329042433
Locally people all around the Suffolk Coast have been involved in the Annual Marine Conservation Beach Watch weekend for many years. Now even more are getting out there this webinar: introduces the Marine Conservation Societ, plastic as a pollutant and what we can do to help.
Plastics – an introductory webinar
You can access a recording on: https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/1766148115064602114
To get you thinking about the whole issue of plastics this introduces you to what they are, their history and how they are used, what we know about plastics and what don’t we know, what are we finding in the water, on the beaches and in the bins in Suffolk and action we can take.
Screening of a the Sky Documentary ‘A Plastic Tide’ followed by action talks.
Our refreshed vision – action and learning now for the future
You can access a recording on: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7866070400596809730
Discover the thoughts behind the words and help us bring the vision to life. For it is only through working together on improving quality of life while reducing negative environmental impacts that we will make a difference.
Energy from Waste Visit, Great Blakenham
What do we do in Suffolk with the waste that is not suitable for recycling? We use it to generate electricity. This tour gave the chance to find out more about the process and ask questions.
Give and Take (drop in) - Whitton Residents Hall, Hawthorn Avenue
A forward looking starter discussion that was open to all on how we can help tackle our communities hidden needs through housing in an environmentally sustainable way.
|03-07-17||Greenprint Forum July
|26-04-17||Energy From Waste at Great Blakenham|
|30-03-17||Materials Recycling Facility visit at Great Blakenham|
|28-11-2016||Sustainable Prosperity - A Life Lived Well|
|19-11-2016||Working for wildlife on the Suffolk Coast|
|04-07-16||Getting from A to B Notes of Meeting held on 4 July 2016|
|20-06-16||20 Year Celebrations Combined Notes of Meetings Held on 23 May 2016 and 20 June 2016|
|23-05-16||20 Year Celebrations Combined Notes of Meetings Held on 23 May 2016 and 20 June 2016|
|08-05-16||Staverton Woods Visit|
|27-02-16||Looking After Our Community Woods|
|30-01-16||What's wildlife ever done for us?|
|27-11-15||ESP Annual Forum:
Ambition in Our Communities – Realising a Circular Economy
Suffolk Coast Greeters: An innovative scheme conquers the Suffolk coast
|29-09-15||Transition Woodbridge and East Suffolk Greenprint Forum Permaculture presentation|
|22-09-15||Visit to Sita UK’s £180million Energy from Waste plant at Great Blakenham|
|18-09-15||East Suffolk Greenprint Forum visit to Howard Nurseries|
|14-09-15||Water - The Essential Element
East Suffolk Water Abstractors Group - The value of irrigation to the economy of East Suffolk
Holistic Water Management Project
Howard Nurseries - The importance of water to a local business and how they are adapting
Love Every Drop Water for life, livelihoods and landscapes 14-09-15
East Suffolk Greenprint Forum - Will Akast
|19-07-15||Visit to Gunton Woodland Burial Park|
|13-04-15||East Suffolk Greenprint Forum visit to the Green Britain Centre
Photos of the Green Britain Centre visit
|09-03-15||East Suffolk Greenprint Forum and Transition Woodbridge film screening: More than Honey|
|09-02-15||Notes of the 9 February 2015 meeting
Summary of presentations from this meeting
|08-09-14||Joint Transition Woodbridge and Greenprint Forum: Marine Issues|
|01-09-14||Action on renewable energy in our communities|
|12-05-14||Visit to Adnams Bioenergy|
|10-05-14||East Suffolk Greenprint and Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Tree Warden Forum|
|27-01-14||Notes of the 27 January 2014 meeting|