A Green Way to Save event for Falkirk Business Communities

Mar 14, 2023

Falkirk business communities are invited to a day of helpful tips, resources and workshops around making a climate friendly impact with your business and saving money in the process. We’ll also be looking at how this transfers to your personal and employee’s wellbeing.

Please extend this invite to your wider team and staff to share in climate friendly learning that is useful both at home and in the workplace. Complimentary lunch and refreshments are provided throughout the day by Finnegan’s Cafe.

The event will be an interactive drop in session, with a mix of activities which can be as little as 10 minutes to longer for those with a bit more time. Drop ins welcome anytime between 9.30am-2pm.

Activities will include;

  • Try and Ebike                                                               
  • Social Auditing
  • Energy Saving Tips
  • Reducing Food Waste
  • Funding Resources
  • Social Enterprise
  • Sharing Your Climate Story with your Customers
  • Go Plastic Free

We’ll also be hosting one focussed Climate Literacy Workshop between 11am-12pm in which we can take you through an awareness of the carbon costs and impacts of everyday activities and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions on an individual, community and organisational basis.

This event feeds into Forth Environment Link’s (FEL) commitment to improving our local climate and community wellbeing.

FEL has been working with communities of Denny, Bainsford and Langlees and Boness on their Climate Action Plans.

Falkirk is on it’s way to becoming a Sustainable Food Place with the Falkirk Food Futures Partnership, follow the partnership’s progress here: Falkirk Food Futures | Forth Valley Food Futures

Falkirk Delivers was voted for by the businesses in Falkirk town centre with the aim of managing the Falkirk Town Centre, Business Improvement District (BID) and delivering projects and services that improve the trading environment of the Falkirk town centre area.

This event is funded by Scotland’s Towns Partnership as part of our Scotland Loves Local project.