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Sustainability showcase highlights the fight against climate change

Published: 17 September 2021

Sustainability showcase highlights the fight against climate change Sustainability showcase

Organisations aiming to make a difference in the fight against climate change are taking part in a two-day sustainability event as part of Great Big Green Week 2021.

The event, in the city centre, is a nationwide celebration of action on climate change.

It takes place in Princesshay Square and Bedford Street, on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 September.

The event is a collaboration between Exeter organisations showcasing the small steps everyone can take for a more sustainable life and the difference we can all make to the planet.

Exeter has made a commitment to become a Net Zero Carbon city by 2030.

Those taking part include Co Cars and Co Bikes, Rapid Charging Devon, Exeter City Council’s St Sidwell’s Point, Liveable Exeter, Exeter City Futures (Exeter Development Fund), Nourish, Sails & Canvas, Devon Contract Waste, Origin Africa, Exeter Cycling Campaign, Stitch It Don’t Ditch It, Devon Wildlife Trust, Ride On and Amelia’s Flower Farm.

Exhibitors will showcase their projects, services and products, from sustainable travel to refillable groceries and bags and furniture made from recycled materials, throughout the two-day event.

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