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Polly Higgins, Earth’s Lawyer – Loving the Earth, the Law and Daring to be Great

Enjoy an evening of inspiringly positive responses to the world’s imbalances, and free refreshments and relaxed networking.

Polly Higgins, Earth’s lawyer – ‘Loving the Earth, the Law and Daring to be Great’
&
Ray Savage – ‘What in the World are we Awakening to?’

When: 28 October, 7pm – 10pm
Where: Yes Group Bristol, The Engineers House, Clifton Down, Bristol BS8 3NB
Tickets: Best value online 2 for £10 or 1 for £7. Pay £10 on the door.

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Job Vacancy – Operations Coordinator at Square Food Foundation

As a social enterprise, Square Food Foundation aims to provide affordable and accessible quality cookery classes and courses to community groups and individuals at risk of social exclusion – we believe that cooking can change lives.  Our Masterclasses and team building programme support our community based work – so that everyone has a place at the table.

This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join our small but ambitious team and work in a diverse community setting – helping to support the organisation as it grows and develops.

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New Job Opportunity – Social and Therapeutic Horticulture Facilitator

Growing Support is an innovative and fast growing social enterprise working to tackle the issues of loneliness, isolation and lack of meaningful activity for people in care. We are looking for a talented social and therapeutic horticulture facilitator to work in care homes and community gardens across Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

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Contract & Operations (Data gathering) Assistant, £17,427-£20,694

Resource Futures’ mission is to help others to use resources efficiently and effectively; minimising the impact of consumption on the environment now and for the future.   Our work involves delivering consultancy support to a broad range of public and private sector clients including local authorities, government bodies, and waste management companies. Work often involves primary research such as desk based studies, field work (including waste composition analysis and surveys), analysing waste data as well as promoting the roll out of new collection systems to householders.

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Do you want to help Bristol University students create a sustainable student life for themselves?

We are looking to appoint an excellent candidate to develop, manage and implement a range of sustainability projects involving students.

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FoodCycle 5th Birthday Pop-Up Restaurant

On Wednesday 22nd October , FoodCycle Bristol, a charity aimed at tackling food waste and food poverty, will be hosting an amazing fundraising Birthday themed Pop-Up Restaurant at The Station Kitchen on Silver Street.

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Bath Green Homes : Eco-refurbishment and The Green Deal

As part of Bath Green Homes, this event is aimed at home owners and professionals. The whole day seminar covers the process of eco-refurbishment using case studies of homes from the Georgian period through to 20th century houses with a particular focus on what measures are appropriate for traditional and historic homes.

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Become a Business Manager for Bristol Green Doors

Bristol Green Doors is seeking a part time Business Manager to play a crucial, energised and entrepreneurial role at the heart of its increasingly busy Green Open Homes operation.

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New introductory course to aquaponics

12 weeks course, Starts October 22nd 2014

Bristol Based – Wednesday nights 7-9pm

Aquaponics – growing fish and plants symbiotically – is a sustainable, high-tech food production technique which vastly reduces the need for water and nutrients during production. It can be undertaken close to the consumer and can absorb multiple urban waste streams. The challenge is to make aquaponics more easily accessible to urban communities, and to do so in ways that support their local economies.

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Wanted: Community Gardens Manager

Paternity leave cover.

Hours: 22.5 hours per week

Contract length: 6 month contract

Employment or freelance contract available.

Job reference: 201410FG02

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