Thursday, 7th of September: Zero Waste Babies at Dublin Food Co-Op

Have you noticed how much waste is generated since the arrival of your baby? Want the best for your little one but still want to care for the environment and your pocket! Adapting elements of the Zero Waste lifestyle can have benefits for all the family.

When What Host
10 am - 11 am Zero Waste 101 Timi Nicholson
11 am - 12 am Modern Cloth Nappies Demo and Q&A Cloth Nappy Library Ireland
12 pm - 1 pm ZW Parents' Networking Timi & Annie from ZWF
 

Zero Waste 101

An introduction to the topic by Timi Nicholson, one of the founding members and admins of the Zero Waste Ireland Group. The talk will be followed by a Q&A so pop in and have all your questions answered.

 

Modern Cloth Nappies Demo and Q&A

Cloth Nappy Library Ireland will have a talk and demonstration. See how easy modern cloth nappies are to use and how kind they are to baby skin.

Zero Waste Parents' Networking

Everyone is welcome. No fee. Bring the kids. Little Green Shop are joining us on the day so you view their products. There will be also a breastfeeding support group, Toy Swap (bring a toy, take a toy), fun for the kids, chats and of course, a cuppa!

 

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About hosts

Timi Nicholson
Timi is passionate about sustainable living. Timi and her husband embarked on their Zero Waste journey not long after their first child was born, in 2015. Since then, Timi has been featured in major publications such as the Irish Examiner and Greennews.ie, in addition to appearing on Eco Eye, Ireland’s longest running environmental programme. She has given several talks on eco-friendly habits and Zero Waste Living at different forums from the Earth Baby Fair to LinkedIn’s headquarters in Dublin. Timi has a Masters in Regional Development and she currently volunteers for both the Cloth Nappy Library Ireland and the Conscious Cup campaign.

Cloth Nappy Library Ireland
Our primary aim is to provide information to parents about buying and using cloth nappies on our website, over the phone or in person at demonstrations.


 

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