Q&A – How can we choose sustainability?
Do you have questions about how to choose sustainability?
At this Q&A, we asked Emma Garnett, one of the experts taking part in ‘Reducing an organisation’s footprint’; Siobhan Anderson and Hugo Richardson from the Tyre Collective, whose work is featured in ‘Driving for change in plastic pollution’; and Heather Koldewey who spoke about ‘Ocean optimism in a sea of plastic‘, your questions about what we can all do to live more sustainably.
This Q&A session was chaired by Seth Daood.
Seth Daood is an undergraduate studying Zoology at Cambridge. As well as producing his own videos aimed at widening access to the University, he has long-running interests in sustainability and nature conservation. He will share his views on why we should all choose sustainability.
Three University pioneers set out how they're transforming the footprint of an 800 year-old institution. Focusing on food, Amy, Nick and Emma will explain how science, cookery and smart business-sense came together to make a real difference.
The Tyre Collective is a clean-tech company, building innovative solutions to save our air from tyre wear.
Discarded plastics pose a major threat to marine biodiversity but Heather Koldewey explains how she's protecting the ocean from plastic pollution.