As climate strike rallies across the world call for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, Cupertino is set to host a workshop showing how you can reduce your carbon footprint and live more sustainably.
Led by Bea Johnson, who currently lives a zero-waste lifestyle producing a jay of trash per year, the event will focus on a number of tangible actions you can take to make your life better for the planet. These approaches touch on Johnson’s 5Rs: refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot.
The workshop is the latest in Cupertino’s efforts to improve sustainability in the city, following a series of home composting workshops earlier this year.
Johnson is a world-renowned author and speaker on the zero waste topic.
The workshop is Monday, September 23rd, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. It is produced by the Cupertino Sustainability Commission and will be held at Community Hall, 10300 Torre Ave.
Space is limited, so arrive early to snag a seat.