Waste Less Live More by Lizzie Reid and Christopher Cryer
From Macgyver to Bear Grylls to Jack Monroe, we’ve all got a soft spot for the resourceful type. For this year’s Waste Less Live More Week, Keep Britain Tidy is challenging us to be more resourceful, and bring a little of this brilliant inventiveness into our own lives.
Pollution, global warming, and the dogged pursuit of non-renewable resources are deeply affecting the health and wellbeing of many people around the world. This needs to change. It might seem like too big to challenge, but we can’t be scared into apathy. If enough of us take action in our lives, no matter how big or small, we can make a difference.
What’s good for the environment is good for us, and we have a responsibility to protect it. It’s a serious issue but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun doing something about it. This poster invites you to see the potential in what already exists. Every part of it can be reused and transformed into something else.
What you can do: Read some ways that people are already wasting less, then show off your ideas by getting involved with the Waste Less, Live More campaign.