A new era for sustainability?
Are we on the apex of a significant step change in the sustainability agenda where words are being turned into actions?
With the recent surge in public interest in ocean plastics, more extreme weather events and the growing concern about air pollution are we on the cusp of a new era for sustainability? Is this a short-term blip or are we in for a period of significant change and how should companies react?
Trewin Restorick is Founder and CEO of the award-winning charity Hubbub UK which transforms the way environmental messages are communicated by bringing people and organisations together as a force for good. He is also Chair of Student Hubs .
Previously Trewin created Global Action Plan the UK’s leading environmental behaviour change charity. Trewin is a frequent media commentator on environmental issues and was trained by Al Gore as one of his climate change ambassadors.
Before starting Global Action Plan, Trewin was Director of Fundraising at Friends of the Earth where he created PaperRound London’s leading community recycling business. Prior to Friends of the Earth, Trewin worked at Plymouth City Council and produced a youth TV programme for the BBC called Something Else.