When November 27, 2018 at 7:00pm 1 hr 30 mins

Food Waste: What’s Happening & How to Fix It 
Presenter: Paul van der Werf, President & Owner of 2cg and PhD, Department of Geography, Western University. City of London Perspective: Jay Stanford.

This event is free, all are welcome and no registration is required.

The Green in the City speaker series presents local, environmental talks to inform and engage and features guest presenters and local perspectives. Talks take place on Tuesday evenings at 7pm from November 6 through December 4 in the Stevenson & Hunt Room at the Central Library. Find the full series here: https://bit.ly/2EthXV5

Green in the City is organized by a collaborative partnership of organizations and citizens representing London Public Library, the Advisory Committee for the Environment, London Environmental Network and the City of London, Ontario - Municipal Government.
How we live impacts our environment and its ability to support us. Hear from leading experts about current environmental issues our community is facing and exciting local projects that are making a difference.
“There are many great initiatives taking place in London,” explains Susan Ratz, Chair of the Advisory Committee for the Environment for the City of London. “These talks are designed to highlight and build support for them.” Susan says it’s been a great experience coordinating this speaker series with us, “The Library has a track record for bringing high-quality events like this to Londoners. 

Speaker Series
Tuesdays, 7–8:30 pm
Nov. 6 to Dec. 4
Central Library
Doors Open 6:30 pm

Our committee has worked with them as a community partner on other conferences, including last year’s Resilient Cities. It’s easy to see the enthusiasm Library staff has for bringing the latest information to our community.”
Will you come?