Lunch & Learn
Are you seeking an experienced guest speaker for an informative, educational and engaging lunchtime talk with your staff?
Read below to find out how you can book Plastic Free Seas for your next corporate Lunch & Learn.
The corporate events Plastic Free Seas organises are the foundation with which we run our education programs free of charge in schools. The financial support from companies allows us to offer a variety of programs from talks, art and science classes, action and awareness days to youth conferences in both local and international schools.
The charity is funded through donations, we do not receive government funding.
Why Book a Lunch & Learn?
Many companies host an employee Lunch & Learn event to engage staff in a discussion on important issues. Waste reduction and plastic usage are very hot topics, both locally and globally.
Plastic marine pollution is a global issue that impacts everyone. Each year, 8 million tonnes of plastic enters our oceans – much of this is single-use plastic used for packaging and consumption of food and beverages. The only way we are going to stop this global plastic waste problem is by consumer action and corporate responsibility. With Hong Kong’s recycling industry in dire flux, as it is in many countries, and the landfills almost full, we all need to be reducing the amount of single-use plastic we use.
Plastic Free Seas Lunch & Learn events cover these topics and more. With opportunities for discussion, participants will leave with a good understanding of the problem and how they can personally make a difference and be motivated to improve the waste reduction systems within the work place and in their personal lives.
About the Lunch & Learn
The Lunch & Learn sessions are HK$2,000 and are given by senior Plastic Free Seas staff. Events can be arranged at any time of the day in your office to suit your needs. The session usually lasts one hour, including time for discussion.
Since your talk our team have not used straws, takeaway containers, plastic drink bottles, disposable coffee cups and we did our own beach cleanup.