Join us next week for a week long series of informal breakfast talks as part of Big Green Week hosted by The Architecture Centre, and powered by PechaKucha.
Each morning a Big Green Week theme will be introduced and explored in a series of short, fun, provocative presentations.
Saturday 11 June, 09:45-10:30am: COMMUNITIES
Featuring: Ben Barker (Bedminster Community Partnership), Alice Ferguson (Playing Out), Gaby Solly (Streets Alive)
Sunday 12 June, 09:45-10:30am: NATURE
Featuring: Sam Thomson (UWE, Bristol Parkhive, Bristol Parks Forum), Paul Wilson (Bristol is Open), Chris Roberts (One Planet Living)
Monday 13 June, 08:45-09:30am: HOME
Featuring: Tony Crofts (Abolish Empty Office Buildings), Jackson Moulding (Ecomotive), Melissa Mean (Redcliffe Forum)
Tuesday 14 June, 08:45-09:30am: WASTE & RESOURCES
Featuring: Ben Moss (Bristol Wood Recycling Project, Bristol Re-Use Network), Dermot O’Reagan (Grow Bristol), Jude Sherry (Re-Distributed Manufacturing), Sarah Jackson (Schumacher College, CoResist)
Wednesday 15 June, 08:45-09:30am ECONOMY & MONEY
Featuring: Tom Beal (Co-Exist), Ben Moss (Bristol Wood Recycling Project), Ruby Szarowicz (Bristol Pound)
Thursday 16 June, 08:45-09:30am: ENERGY
Featuring: Innes Johnston (Max Fordham), Mareike Schmidt (Bristol City Council), Dan Weisselberg (Bristol Green Doors)
Friday 17 June, 08:45-09:30am: TRAVEL & TRANSPORT
Featuring: Adam Crowther (Bristol City Council), Suzanne Audrey (Bristol University & Bristol Walking Alliance), Ross Porter (Voyage Vert), Jon Usher (Sustrans)
Saturday 18 June, 09:45-10:30am: HEALTH & WELLBEING
Featuring: Happy City
Sunday 19 June, 09:45-10:30am: FOOD
Featuring: Alice Marie Archer (The Bristol Fish Project), Robert Delius (Stride Treglown), Sara Venn (Incredible Edible Bristol)
You can join in on Twitter using hashtags #BGW2016 and #SmartLiving
If you haven’t had time for breakfast we will have pastries and extract coffee and as well as a range of teas to give you the energy to get going with the rest of your day.
Find out more about the talks and the rest of the events happening for Big Green Week.