“Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream” series is launched by Nashville Metro Public Works and Urban Green Lab

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In early January 2021 Nashville Metro Public Works and Urban Green Lab announced about their partnering on a new educational series “Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream” focused on how Nashvillians can better reduce, reuse, and recycle and live more sustainably.

The series premieres Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 12:00 noon (Central) with an overview and Q&A about plastics recycling. Registration is required at this link.

Hosted by Metro Public Works’ Waste Reduction Program Manager Jenn Harrman and Urban Green Lab’s Sustainability Education Manager Patrick King, Sustainable in the City: Thinking Upstream will feature interviews, webinars, and panel discussions with Nashville’s top experts in all areas of waste and sustainability. 

The series is offered twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday at noon. After the two January episodes about Plastics Recycling, February program will feature Sustainable Gardening, and in March we’ll discuss Wildlife in Urban Environments. For more information about the series and to register for upcoming events, please follow Metro Nashville’s Zero Waste Facebook page and Urban Green Lab‘s Facebook page.

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If you have suggestions for future topics, please send them to patrick@urbangreenlab.org. Don’t forget to register for the premiere episode at this link today. More details about the first episode is in our event post.

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