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PROVISIONAL 2021 PROGRAMME:
Meetings for 2021 to be arranged as and when - real or virtual depending on Covid
Visit to: Sustechs Sustainable Technology and Solutions Centre, Poole (details TBA) - now likely to be March 2022
6th December 2021 - Christmas meeting - Hall and Woodhouse Brewery DT11 9LS - Production of green energy from unsold beer - Nick Doughty - Brewery Site Manager
28 October 2021 - The Big Sustainability Expo (Southampton) 2021
13.30 Thur 30 September 2021 - – Walk/Talk at Dorchester Town Centre’s SW corner
2pm Thur 17 June 2021 ECO Travel
The presentation will consider the impacts that international travel has had on the people and places that tourists visit. - For example pollution, inputs (or lack of) to the local economy, excess numbers causing degradation of the environment. Margaret will also consider various strategies to minimise this impact and develop positive sustainable outcomes. A Q&A session will follow the presentation.
2pm Thur 22nd April 2021 on Electric Trucks and other measures to reduce Carbon on Diesels.
2pm Thur 25th March 2021 on Electric Vehicles and Your Business:
2pm Thur 25th February 2021 on The Healthy Buildings Initiative, hosted by Steve Rainbow, Senior Design Partner and Key Account Manager, Trend Control Systems.
Sustainable Travel (TBA)
(The SW EEMGs' Notice Board includes some of the key presentations given at EEMG meetings.)
Membership of the WEEMG: Over 170
(COVID allowing ) Most meetings are held at:
Admittance by pre-registration only - WEEMG members receive an invitation for each event.
Current membership subscription rates ( When normal meetings can take place):
£100 corporate (max 3 members)
Database registration is free as are Zoom presentations currently.
SECRETARY: Joe McSavage, 28 Wetherby Close, Milbourne St Andrew, Blandford, Dorset DT11 0JN
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