Earth day, 22 April, reminds us all that we should focus on ‘what really matters’.
We discovered a beautiful walk behind Suffolk Food Hall at the weekend, bluebells and blossom everywhere, it’s so important to realise how interconnected we are as people + planet.
“If we start to understand the value of nature to our society and economy, we will recognise the importance of living in harmony with nature, rather than destroying it for short-term gain. So many governments and businesses around the world are now realising this, and starting to act – it gives me real hope for the future.”
Karen Ellis – Chief Advisor, Economics and Development – World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) UK
The Climate crisis requires action at all levels, from individuals, businesses and governments around the world. We’re very much looking forward to attending this event on Friday ‘The Value of the Circular Economy’ hosted by the University of Suffolk Business Engagement.