As we finalise our sixth year of the #OneLess experiment in London, we’re looking to diversify the reach of our approach by sharing our learnings and experience with other change-makers around the world. This year, we’ve been busy creating #OneLess – a practical guide for tackling ocean pollution at source to support and empower others in applying systems change approaches to their own environmental challenges.
Last month we hosted two online webinars to officially launch the #OneLess practical guide with a global audience (September 2021). The webinars catalysed discussions around systems thinking, stakeholder engagement, driving policy change and surfacing ocean values, with great contributions from our attendees spanning 45 cities worldwide.
Below we have linked to the webinar recording – please feel free to download, watch and share with colleagues and networks that would benefit from learning about #OneLess London.
For a very practical and effective model that is highly applicable to a wide range of contexts and cultures all around the world, please take a look at the #OneLess Practical Guide.
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- Why systems change?
- What are systems change approaches?
- System boundaries
- #OneLess theory of change
- Multi Level Perspective
- #OneLess interventions
- Taking a values-based approach to communications
- The single-use plastic water bottle as a flagship item
- Connecting to the ocean
- #OneLess tourism campaign
- Adapting to the United Nations Ocean Conference in New York
- Mapping the system
- Rediagnosing the system four years on
- #OneLess impact to date
- Walk through of the #OneLess Practical Guide
- Potential to cut plastic waste in London
- Environmental impacts of plastic bottles
- Drivers of behaviour change
- London Environment Strategy 2018
- Refill London
- London Drinking Fountain Fund
- The issue of single-use plastics in the Philippines
- Communicating and influencing change through public engagement
- Intersection of #OneLess and community managed savings and credit associations