Why Not Litter? Free Online Talk With Trash Free Trails

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Trash Free Trails is on a mission to get us enjoying the outdoors while also reducing our impact, particularly through the reduction in use of single use plastics. It’s not just about picking up discarded bottles and crisp packets on the trails, it’s also about finding ways to treat the source. And for some reason, they don’t like to use the term ‘litter’. Why? If you got to this free online talk, you can find out!

Why Not Litter?

Join the Trash Free Trails team for an online talk uncovering the history of ‘litter’, the push for a re-naming, and its place in the TFT ethos. As we dedicate the winter to reflecting on our mission and preparing for all that 2023 has in store, we invite you to join us as we unpack some of the nitty gritty of what makes Trash Free Trails thought leaders in their field.

Wednesday 25th January, 7pm- 8.15pm, Online

To check out what Trash Free Trails has planned for the year ahead, see their Route Map. This sets out key events throughout the year, as well as some of the campaigns they’ll be promoting.

As part of their efforts to target rubbish at its source, they encourage people who do a trail clean to report what they find and where. Check out their DIO (Doing It Ourselves) toolkit for information on how to do more than ‘just’ picking it up and putting it in a bin.

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