Book Launch for Small Steps to Less Waste on Tuesday 30th March

On Tuesday 30th March we will be hosting an online book launch for Small Steps to Less Waste: stories to inspire change by Claudi Williams.

Join Claudi Williams and other contributors to the book for a conversation about how we can support each other to live lives that are better for the planet, including reducing our use of single use plastics and making and repairing instead of buying new. Read more about the contributors and their stories of change.

Launch Details

The event will start at 6 p.m. GMT (London) on Tuesday 30th March 2021.
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The event is free to attend but registration is essential. Register here. Once you’ve registered we will send you a confirmation email with joining details.

Special Offer

To celebrate the launch, Small Steps to Less Waste is available to buy for £15 (RRP £20) using the code SSLW until the end of April.

About the Book

Small Steps to Less Waste is published by Quickthorn, an imprint of Hawthorn Press focusing on practical books about making and sustainability. The book is endorsed by environmental champion, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Rob Hopkins, Founder of the Transition movement, and Hugo Tagholm, Chief Executive of Surfers Against Sewage who wrote the Foreword.

“The simple, practical solutions and skills shared here are transferrable and can be replicated in any town and any country anywhere. Individual, everyday actions can become collective action and make a real difference in the world. Keep up the good fight. Every action you take is important.”

Hugo Tagholm , Surfers Against Sewage

All royalties from the book go to Action on Plastic. Started by a community group as part of Transition Stroud, Stroud District Action on Plastic launched its website to educate and inform people about alternatives to plastic and to promote more mindful consumption across Gloucestershire.

Join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #stepstoless