Recruitment Volunteers needed – 4 hours a week (flexible)

Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved in the climate and sustainability space and/or recruitment? Are you interested in contributing to make London a more sustainable and inclusive city? Want to grow your own professional network, empower others into taking action and build meaningful relationships with a community of people making ourContinue reading “Recruitment Volunteers needed – 4 hours a week (flexible)”

Making London a Circular City – Part 3: Why do we put people in Agriculture and in Fashion in the same room?

ūüĆĪFollow me on my journey uniting people around climate action and making London a Circular City [Part 3] ‚ôĽÔłŹ Sustainable dyeing for the fashion industry and repairing hubs for more environmental, social and economical value!¬† Deborah Barker FRSA¬†works at the intersection of fashion, textiles and regenerative agriculture. From her natural dye studio in Sussex, sheContinue reading “Making London a Circular City – Part 3: Why do we put people in Agriculture and in Fashion in the same room?”

MEET THE CSN DURING LONDON CLIMATE ACTION WEEK!

The EA Project and its Circular Society Network are coming to London and launching their first in-person, circular matchmaking event! Here we are… 1 year after launching online during the pandemic, 188 members later, on 6 continents, and 6 virtual events, The EA Project will be producing its first in-person event for professionals in London!Continue reading “MEET THE CSN DURING LONDON CLIMATE ACTION WEEK!”

Cucumber Clothing: How we incorporate Sustainability into our brand (and our new Loan-to-Own circularity initiative)

Cucumber Clothing has been featured in GRAZIA, ELLE, VOGUE Italia, BBC Radio, The Independent, The Telegraph and many more. We are delighted to have both co-founders as members of The Circular Society Network by The EA Project and we thank them for sharing their experience with us. Cucumber is the brainchild of North London friendsContinue reading “Cucumber Clothing: How we incorporate Sustainability into our brand (and our new Loan-to-Own circularity initiative)”

The EA Project and one member from The Circular Society Network in the news

Exciting news! –¬†Attila Suba, CEO of the¬†Green Revolution Foundation¬†and¬†The EA Project were mentioned in the¬†#news¬†this week! ūüėéūüéČ Attila says: ‚ÄúBusiness is waking up and looking for sustainable projects. So the EA matchmaking project is amazing and necessary.‚ÄĚ Read the interview here: https://quota.media/cop26-hemp-not-politicians-or-billionaires-will-solve-climate-change/ A mind-blowing interview with¬†Quota.Media¬†about a project that could really change the game onContinue reading “The EA Project and one member from The Circular Society Network in the news”

Our member Attila Suba gives an interview to Quota

I am very proud to share this interview of our Circular Society Network member,¬†Attila Suba, with our media partner¬†Quota.Media¬†(thanks again for highlighting this incredible story!). In anticipation of¬†COP26, listen to them talk about the positive role¬†hemp¬†can play in climate action and in our¬†food systems¬†(in addition of so many other sectors too!). This miracle resource canContinue reading “Our member Attila Suba gives an interview to Quota”

Support The First Coffee Shop for Climate Action in Amsterdam

Attila Suba, Founder & CEO of The Green Revolution Foundation Hemp is a miracle material for all industries (aviation, energy, manufacturing, food, construction etc). It captures CO2, reduces our environmental impact and creates huge business opportunities. The average coffee shop in Amsterdam generates 6M euros of turnover a year. The global cannabidiol (CBD) market size was valued at USDContinue reading “Support The First Coffee Shop for Climate Action in Amsterdam”

Hydrogen fuel cell commercial vehicle receives a grant

Innervated Vehicle engineering¬†received a grant from UK’s Office for Zero Emission Vehicles in partnership with¬†Innovate UK¬†to develop proof of concept of a 3.5 tonne commercial vehicle with a¬†hydrogen¬†fuel cell that can deliver a range of over 341 miles (with rapid re-fuelling). There are 2.25 million 3.5tonne Light Goods Vehicles (LGVs) just in the UK. ThisContinue reading “Hydrogen fuel cell commercial vehicle receives a grant”