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      January 28, 2020

      Tuesday   5:00 PM

      2501 East Telawa Trail
      Phoenix, Arizona 85016

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      2020 PHX2Zero Lecture Series

      About the event The PHX2Zero lecture series is an annual event that brings in bright, passionate and innovative minds to speak about the importance of sustainability and zero waste. The goal of the lecture series is to inspire the community to take action and become environmental stewards. The lecture series is free and open to the public. This year's event will feature Bea Johnson, a zero waste lifestyle expert. Since 2008, Bea and her family only produce one jar of waste each year. Bea has become an advocate for living a zero waste lifestyle and demonstrates that minimizing waste is easy, can save money and lead to positive health benefits. Join us to learn how you can also live a zero waste lifestyle. Zero waste event This is a zero waste event, so please bring a reusable bottle and reusable utensils. Refreshments will be provided.  Travel There is parking at the Burton Barr Library. However, public transit is highly encouraged. The McDowell and Central Avenue light rail stop is right next to the library. The event will occur in the Pulliam Auditorium within Burton Barr Library.  Schedule of Events 5 p.m. Doors open 6 p.m. Event begins 7 p.m. Q&A session 7:30 p.m. Event concludes Contact For any questions about the event, please contact Alexis Yaple at alexis.yaple@phoenix.gov If you have a change of plans, please be sure to reach out to us so we can make your seats available to others interested in the event.

      Categories: Education

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