If you’re looking for practical ways to cut down on your energy and waste bills, The Brighton Science Festival invites you to an ideas swap-shop where in a couple of hours you can chat and swap contact details with people who can help you...
- Get a free ‘carbon audit’.
- Improve your existing buildings and tone up your working practices.
- Find reliable suppliers of e.g. solar panels, insulation, low-energy lighting.
- Find out how much energy saving measures will cost.
- Encourage your staff to stop wasting your resources.
The Science Festival have invited down-to-earth experts who will give five minute talks and then be available for one-to-one advice. Representatives include:
Ecosys, The Energy Saving Trust, Business Link, Rethink Rubbish, Magpie, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, LCE (Brighton's Jubilee Library architects), Riomay, Earthship Brighton, Nigel's Eco-store, and Quintain Estates
The event takes place at Brighton Komedia and is followed by the Festival’s Big Science Sunday - a lively blend of talks, demonstrations and debate over three floors - top science speakers, David Bodannis, John Emsley, Steve Jones, Ben Goldacre, Paul Levy, and Elaine Morgan - robots, evolutionary art, speed-debating, water-diving, dinosaurs, computers, gizmos & gadgets. The café’s and bars will be open for lunch.
Gardner Street, Brighton
Cost: Delegates are asked to buy tickets for the Big Science Sunday priced at £7.50 each.
Contact: Linden Rowland
Telephone: 01273 777 627
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