Want to learn about the future of retail after Covid19 and why we need to slow the pace of our fast fashion economy?
Then you need to tune into London South Bank University’s (LSBU) Consumption, Economics, Education and Wellbeing Week event, next Wednesday 4th to Friday 6th November.
Hear from popular songwriter and performer Dillie Keane, author of blog, Shit you Don’t Need’ delivering her light-hearted tips on how to consume less, declutter your life and recycle stuff.
Learn from LSBU’s Dr Helen Powell about the future of retail, post Covid and how, in a world of fast fashion, we all need to slow down and take a serious look at how much we consume and discard fast fashion items.
Alongside LSBU’s experts, you can expect to hear speakers from a range of organisations including Extinction Governance expert, Professor Jill Atkins, Times Higher Education, MIND, Royal Parks, Bankside Open Spaces Trust, Aja Barber, Mayamiko, Studio XAG, The Sustainable Angle, Terra Neutra, Sustainability Tribe, #ZeroWasteUAE Social Initiative, The London Waste & Recycling Board… plus more!!
This is a virtual event and FREE for all to attend. Eventbrite link for tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lsbu-sustainability-climate-action-event-series-part-two-tickets-113894178554