Eunomia Consultant Chiarina Darrah will be running a workshop at the Zero Waste LandLove National Learning Event hosted by the Forth Environment Link, Zero Waste Scotland and Ekosgen, on the 27th March in Callander, Scotland.
The LandLove National Learning Event is an opportunity for third sector organisations, local authorities, volunteers and local communities to come together to discuss the issues of litter and fly-tipping.
The workshop, which Chiarina will lead alongside Catherine Wilson, Litter & Flytipping Manager, Zero Waste Scotland and Kelly Rice, Zero Waste Projects Coordinator, Forth Environment Link, will focus on getting the most out of clean-up activities.
The session will guide participants in exploring how to maximise benefits, and will cover:
- improving the litter prevention impacts of clean-ups;
- the wider benefits of clean-ups (e.g. community cohesion, skill learning, spill-over behaviour), which can feedback positively on their effectiveness;
- the benefits and practicalities of including monitoring activities in clean-up projects.
Chiarina has worked on most of Eunomia’s litter-related projects in recent years, including: