ReLondon will be running a dynamic pop-up at the Natural History Museum’s ‘Generation Hope: Act for the Planet’ festival from March 20th – 25th. The free programme of inspiring workshops, panels and talks have been created in partnership with young people, for young people aged 16+, helping them get to grips with the science, understanding the impacts of the planetary emergency and strengthening their own skills. From reducing food waste to embracing planet-friendly diets, ReLondon’s Food Wave stall will teach participants how they can help tackle climate change, one meal at a time.
ReLondon is LWARB, renamed – a partnership of the Mayor of London and London’s boroughs to improve waste and resource management in the capital and accelerate our transition to a low carbon circular city. Our mission is to make London a global leader in sustainable ways to live, work and prosper by revolutionising our relationship with stuff and helping London waste less and reuse, repair, share and recycle more.