Creating positive change through what we buy and how we use resources.
Rethink. Refuse. Reuse, Repair. Recycle
As part of the 2030 Project, the Lifestyle Action Group is exploring how we can support local businesses by encouraging people to shop locally, and change people’s habits and behaviour so much more is repaired and recycled, and far less is wasted.
If you’d like to get involved in this Action Group, either as an active member or an occasional helper, please fill in the sign up form and we’ll be in contact: https://bit.ly/2030ActionGroup
To get in touch with the Lifestyle Action Group, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s what we’re working on
You know there is a climate problem and biodiversity is disappearing, but it all seems so difficult to solve. No matter how small a positive change you make, it is part of the solution. We are determined to be here to support you make those changes and be a #2030 consumer and business. We aim to provide:
- information on ‘how do I…’;
- opportunities to buy ‘greener’ products locally; and
- encouragement, by making going green easier for all of us.
What is already happening? You are not alone, lots of individuals, businesses, organisations and even governments are seeking and implementing solutions. See the What is already happening section.
Over the next decade we will implement solutions. To start with we are:
- opening a repair café; (here’s an interesting article about repairing electronics)
- helping you reduce waste with more opportunities to refill containers;
- providing more opportunities to recycle those ‘hard to recycle’ items;
- supporting school green initiatives; and
- working with stores in the area to support them reducing their carbon impact.
Be #2030Consumer or #2030 Business and be part of the solution.
Articles & Useful Information
We’ll be adding more information here over time, including useful resources, relevant articles and events.
It has been well documented how much impact the fashion industry has on our climate but also on the lives of the people employed and their local communities. The fashion industry accounts for 10% of global...
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A great way of passing on those items hanging around in your shed or closet that you no longer need. Instead of bringing stuff to the Catholic Church, we're asking people to put unwanted items in a neat pile outside...
Hang on to your recycling. Greeting Steyning won't have a stand at March’s Farmers Market due to Covid restrictions. So hold on to those hard-to-recycle items you've been collecting until we're up...
In Steyning The Post Office Store. Some household cleaning products. Take your own container. Fantastic ordering service for household and garden items. https://www.steyningstoreandpostoffice.co.uk/home-hardware Green...
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