Every year, thanks to sponsorship and community support, Binners' Project hosts the Coffee Cup Revolution to demonstrate what a coffee refund system can achieve as well as openly dialogue how binning can support green communities, and vice versa.
THE POP-UP DEPOT (11:00 am to 2:00 pm)
Binners' Project members design, set-up, and run the depot that serves 150+ binners, who exchange 50,000+ cups for 5¢ a cup, administering thousands of dollars in refunds.
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS (11:30 am to 1:30 pm)
Parallel to the depot, four binners will pair with four community leaders to co-facilitate open discussions between binners, planners, organizations, and the public on a variety of topics related to green, inclusive economies. (Speakers and topics for the 2017 event will be announced shortly.)
To learn more or sign-up to attend the roundtable discussions visit: www.binnersproject.org/coffee-cup-revolution.
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