The Program - Green Economy London:
Together, with our business and institutional members, their employees, and supporting partners, Green Economy London proves the business-case for sustainability by demonstrating how reducing emissions can improve the bottom line, mitigate business risks, help develop a credible brand, and improve the ability to attract and retain consumers, shareholders, and top tier employees.
We are seeking someone for a 3 month part time contract (12 weeks, 15 hours a week at $16.50/hour) starting Dec 2nd 2019 to Friday February 28th 2020. We do have some flexibility on the start and end dates however – so don’t let that be a deterrent! You must also meet the funding related requirements listed at the bottom of the job posting.
Happening Tuesday, November 19th - the final evening in the Green in the City series is a special Green Drinks style presentation!
Join us for networking and local beverages from The Root Cellar at the London Public Library - Central Branch. Our feature speaker is Dr. Dianne Saxe, past Environmental Commissioner of Ontario.
Tickets are FREE, but registration via Eventbrite is recommended as ticket holders will receive priority entry up until 6:45pm if the event fills.Read more
Ever since Macklemore came around rapping about the joys of thrifting, it feels like it’s become more of a “trendy” activity. Good news is, though, he’s really onto something. Thrifting is not only cool but also a much more sustainable way of getting new clothes than buying new every time. Plus, it’s way better for your wallet.
Some companies put a huge focus on the materials they use and the processes involved, others do not. Unfortunately, we often see that the better the quality, the higher the price. So, what are some tips for supporting sustainable clothing while keeping costs affordable?Read more
This week’s theme is “Meatless Meals.” Now, don’t stress, we promised in our first post that we wouldn’t try to convince you to go vegan overnight (although you can if you want), and we’re not about to break that promise. Rather, this week, we’re going to try to highlight some ways to start simply reducing the amount of meat in your diet and encouraging you to try some new things.Read more