Can London get down and dirty? Overcoming barriers to composting
Despite the numerous environmental initiatives ongoing in London, we have yet to adopt a cost-effective composting program. Join us on Friday November 23rd, from 11:30-1:30 p.m. in NCB 117 for a panel discussion on the current barriers to composting in London with local and university representatives in the field of waste management. Food and refreshments will be provided. In the spirit of reducing waste, please bring your own re-usable mug.
Jay Stanford Director, Environment Fleet and Solid Waste, City of London
Prof. Deishin Lee Ivey Business School
Stephen Harrott Thames Region Ecological Association
Terra Fielder Waste Management, Public Affairs and Education
Tickets are limited and can be purchased here.
This event is hosted by the graduate students in:
the Collaborative Specialization in Environment and Sustainability (program)
at the Centre for Environment and Sustainability
1151 Richmond St
North Campus Building, Room 117
London, ON N6A5B9
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