Devon and Plymouth Chamber of Commerce would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the next Plymouth City Conversations breakfast event, hosted and sponsored by Foot Anstey LLP from 08:00am to 10:00am on Thursday 18th July 2019.
We will be receiving news and information on what is happening in and around the City and on this special occasion Councillor Sue Dann, Cabinet Member for Environment and Street Scene for Plymouth City Council will be launching the new Plymouth, Britain's Ocean City Plastics Taskforce Code of Conduct. This aims to help local businesses, individuals and other organisations to reduce single use plastics and tackle plastics pollution. The Plastics Taskforce is made up of a wide range of local partners from the public, private and voluntary sector in Plymouth.
We will hear more about this and other topics from the following guest speakers:
Stuart Elford - Devon and Plymouth Chamber of Commerce- A new membership vision !
Lindsey Hall - Real Ideas Organisation
iMayflower: Powering up our Digital Creative Economy? Nina Sarlaka, Enterprise & Inward Investment Manager, Plymouth City Council.
Nina will be providing an overview of the exciting iMayflower project which is one of only five projects funded by the Cultural Development Fund.
The project, managed by Plymouth City Council brings together multiple partners, working together to drive change in the fast growing digital creative sector, creating jobs, delivering training and supporting businesses across to start up or grow.
Jackie Young - Urban Agenda, In 2017 Sir David Attenborough's Blue Planet II inspired a national change in attitudes towards single use plastic, a threat to our environment that is only just being realised. As Britain's Ocean City, Plymouth is taking this threat very seriously; encouraging action to clean up what is already out there in the environment and working towards reducing the use of single-use plastic wherever possible. So far, 103 businesses of all sizes have taken up the challenge and helped to secured Plastic Free Community status for the city, a status that will help to inspire further action over the coming years.
This presentation will introduce you to the challenges we face and the opportunities that will benefit both environmental policies and corporate social responsibility targets, as well as leading by example.
Councillor Sue Dann- Cabinet Member for Environment and Street Scene for Plymouth City Council will be launching the new Plymouth, Britain's Ocean City Plastics Taskforce Code of Conduct.
If you want to find out more of what happens to your plastic recycling, watch the link video below:
There is also this one about the new Sea Bin trial in Plymouth to collect Plastic waste:
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