Sunday 22nd October 2017 2.30-5.30pm Facebook event
Friday 27th October 2.30-5.30pm Facebook event
We will be going out in teams to tell local cafes, restaurants and other businesses how they can help prevent plastic pollution one bottle at a time, and promote a culture of health and hydration amongst their staff and customers. If they are happy to be part of Refill Brighton, we will put a sticker in their window and upload their details to the refill app.
Brighton is a great community and businesses have already been approaching us wanting to be part of the scheme so we expect to get a warm welcome.
We will meet at Brighton Peace and Environment centre for a briefing then we will go out in teams around the city. We will gather back at BPEC at afterwards to share our results and some food and laughs.
We’re looking for reliable and friendly people who ideally would be able to volunteer some time to the Refill Brighton campaign over the coming months.
If you would like to get involved with Refill Brighton as a Refill Ambassador, please fill out this form:
Refill Brighton is being delivered by a team of passionate volunteers in partnership with Brighton Peace & Environment Centre. Refill is a nationwide campaign founded in 2015 in Bristol by City to Sea CIC. Similar schemes are now running across the country. More info: http://refill.org.uk/
Please join us for a FREE bite-sized Sustainable Business workshop and Networking Event
Sponsored by Brighton and Hove City Council
Thursday, 17th March 12:00- 2:00 at Room Arts A, Brighton Junction
Beyond the Bills: A Values-Based approach to creating Sustainable organisational change
Brighton Peace and Environment Centre has recently completed a city-wide sustainable behaviour change project which was commissioned by Brighton and Hove City Council to create practical interventions in support of their Sustainability Action Plan.
The business strand of the project focused on a sustainability training programme with 10 employees of the Grace Eyre Foundation, one of Brighton’s oldest charities with 250 members of staff.
The design, delivery and assessment of this work was done in collaboration with The Values and Sustainability Research Group from University of Brighton with a focus on measuring values-based indicators of behaviour change.
We combined this values-based approach with the award winning Carbon Conversations behaviour change initiative for an innovative and highly successful approach to creating organisational change.
35 New England Street
Led by Jane Glenzinska
Jane Glenzinska is a freelance sustainability consultant/ Carbon Conversations facilitator/ Research consultant and Environmental Educator. With a background in human-centred counselling psychology, Ecopsychology and Human Ecology, Jane specialises in individual and organisational behaviour change that stems from experiential learning and shifts in core values.The focus of her interventions lies in deep frame explorations of intrinsic values and holistic considerations of personal and global sustainability through relational and participatory methodologies.
Air pollution is a big issue in the UK, particularly for those of us living in cities. Poor air quality has been found to reduce life expectancy by up to 8 months, costing the NHS up to £20 billion a year. Air pollutions levels, specifically Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), have continued to exceed EU standards for a number of roads in Brighton.
Air pollution even at low levels exacerbates the symptoms of underlying illnesses such as respiratory disease and asthma and levels of air pollution in Brighton are unacceptable.
That's why BPEC is working with Argyll Environmental to increase awareness and tackle this important issue. Breathe in Brighton is our campaign, aimed at promoting sustainable forms of transport that reduce pollution. We want to encourage local people to use public transport and to cycle as much as they can. Engaging with the Council we want to make cycling safer in Brighton & Hove.
We held an event! - find out more
At the Brighthelm Centre, North Rd, Brighton BN1 1YD. Speakers included Keith Taylor MEP and representatives from the Council, Client Earth and the University of Sussex.
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If you would like to get involved supporting this cause, please become a member of Brighton Peace and Environment Centre, or apply to volunteer with us and donate your time.
Between 7 and 20 March 2016, we’ll be hosting our annual Will for Peace willwriting scheme - Make a Will Fortnight, giving you the opportunity to write a will for the first time or update an existing will to reflect your current wishes. Experienced will-writing solicitors have agreed to participate in the scheme and have given up their time for free. See more on Free Wills Month.
A legacy to charity in your Will is a lasting memorial to your generosity and concern for others. Many charities, including BPEC, rely heavily on all forms of charitable donation including legacy donations to fund their continuing work.
Thanks to the kindness and concern of our supporters over the years, BPEC has been able to continuing its work valuable work in the community for over 20 years.
By leaving a legacy to BPEC, you can continue to play your part in the peace movement and raise awareness of environmental and gloabl issues for generations to come. We will use your legacy to continue our work to inspire action through learning about the world, encourage people to explore the links between their own lives and with people, places and issues globally.
If you would like to consider legacy giving or making a Will for Peace please download our guide and application form HERE.
Two participating solicitors in Brighton are:
Edward Harte LLP, Tom Callagham, 01273 662 750, 6 Pavillion Parade, Brighton, BN2 1RA, www.edward-harte.co.uk
Sussex Law Solicitors, Jonathan Horner, 01273 561312, 45 Ladies Mile Road, Brighton, BN1 8TA, www.sussexlawsolicitors.co.uk