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World Leading Aecom Events for SustFest21

Read more about AECOM’s FIVE #SustFest21 events. We aim to improve awareness in the local community about sustainable ways of living and working, and let you know more about some of the work Gold Sponsor AECOM does.

Gold Sponsor of #SustFest21, global company AECOM, talk about their five World Class #SustFest21 events for 2021..

….read more at https://sustainablestalbans.org/2021/05/25/aecom/

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Be a sustainability expert #SustFest21

“The subject of sustainability covers every aspect of our life and decision making and our super varied #SustFest21 events list reflects this. We are so lucky to have this wealth of information available to us . 

It can be hard to know where to start or what to focus on next, what events do I want to go to?“

….read more at https://sustainablestalbans.org/2021/05/12/be-a-sustainability-expert-sustfest21/

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Octopus EV Talk about Powerloop

“Octopus Electric Vehicles are absolutely delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Sustainability Festival. Helping communities understand the importance of sustainable living is something that we are passionate about.

Electric vehicles are a key part of the UK delivering on its ambitious climate goals. Through our Powerloop* project, for example, we’re looking at innovative ways to help decentralise and decarbonise the grid, bringing benefits on both a national and local scale.“


….read more at https://sustainablestalbans.org/2021/04/21/octopus-ev-talk-about-powerloop/

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The Path to Sustainability….

Negotiating a COVID ‘diversion’ on the path to sustainability: the road to SustFest21

As you can imagine, when COVID first hit the headlines in March 2020, we had the terrible sinking feeling that the Sustainability Festival would have to be cancelled. When the situation escalated to widespread social distancing restrictions, the festival organising group soon made the decision to postpone until 2021. It was a terrible time for us as a group, mainly because the 2020 was the biggest SustFest to date.

….read more at https://sustainablestalbans.org/2021/02/24/the-path-to-sustainability/