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Morning Talk “Sustainability at Work: Save Cost and Save the Environment”

Speaker: Claire SANCELOT, Founder, The Hive

CCIFM held a Morning Talk on 11 April 2019 at the Hive Shop in Bangsar. This is the first joint effort by French CCI in Asia Pacific to create an event in our respective country with theme dedicated to sustainable living and is organized in conjunction with Earth Day.

Claire Sancelot,  was one the first to jump start the Eco-movement of “zero-waste” in Malaysia was the speaker for this event.  She explained the importance of recycling both in everyday life and at the business level. Claire also touched on alternatives to plastic and the different ways  adopt this step in daily life in order to reduce our carbon footprint.

Claire eco-journey started when she moved to Malaysia in 2015 from Hong Kong and saw the lack of affordable organic food and excessive single-use plastic packaging. This led her to start a mini, package-free co-op in Bangsar. Claire's efforts earned her a 2017 United Nations Award.

The Hive is expending and now based in both Ampang and Bangsar, is a social enterprise partner with local organic farmers guaranteeing the quality of their products and offering bulk food with zero packaging.

Check out the Hive and start your journey to Zero Waste lifestyle today www.thehivebulkfoods.com and follow them social media https://www.instagram.com/thehivebulkfoods/ and https://www.facebook.com/thehivebulkfoods/

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