Reduce / Reuse / Recycle

Reduce / Reuse / Recycle

Reduce / Reuse / Recycle is a collaborative event designed to motivate your team whilst highlighting how we can all make a difference to reduce global warming.  Using a range of topics relating to green issues, groups will gain a better understanding of how we can all help the environment whilst working together as a team and, of course, whilst having fun!

What’s involved?

The ultimate challenge of ‘Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle’ is for each team to create a unique sculpture that depicts their team’s key environmental message.  But before they can get working on their sculpture, teams will need to earn enough ‘Carbon Credits’ to secure the recycled resources they need to complete their work of art.

Carbon Credits can be earned by taking part in a series of ‘Eco-Challenges’ which could see teams undertaking anything from calculating their carbon foot print to creating a recycled team sign.

And don’t forget the Eco-Quiz! Eco-Challenges complete, it’s time for the teams to get creative and produce their environmental sculpture which will then need to be presented to the rest of the group along with a clear outline on the environmental message it portrays.  Our expert Art Instructors will be on hand to demonstrate and explain the various techniques to create a sculpture and participants will then need to decide which medium and style they want to use.

‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ is a unique event that’s popular with teams looking for a community and environmentally focused event that promotes key environmental themes.  A superb event for teams looking for something that is both fun and informative with the added bonus of raising levels of awareness amongst the team of key environmental issues that affect us all.

Benefits

  • Creativity
  • Team Work
  • Collaboration
  • Environmental awareness

Numbers – 10 – 100
Location – Indoors or Outdoors
Timings – 2-3 Hours
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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