The Lambertville Environmental Commission welcomes Mindy Mutterperl, author and communications consultant, who will speak on the topic of sustainability from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, at the Lambertville City Hall/Acme Screening Room.
Mutterperl’s work focuses on making sustainable lifestyle choices that can benefit individuals, communities and the planet.
Mutterperl publishes sustainablechoices.net (formerly freshrivervalley.com), which offers ideas, insights, resources and inspiring stories to help readers continue their journey toward a sustainable way of life. Her most recent work, “Choosing Sustainability: Your Guide to the What Why and How,” covers nearly every aspect of this subject in one place.
Attendees will learn tactics to help individuals move toward a zero-waste lifestyle, from overall consumption, to consumption choices, to recycling tips and tricks. Liz Magill, chair of the commission, will interview Mutterperl, followed by audience Q&A. Mutterperl’s book will be available for sale and singing. Book sales are not endorsed by or purchased by the city.
The lecture is part of the Lambertville Environmental Commission’s Ditching Disposables initiative, funded by Sustainable Jersey. Earlier this year, the commission was awarded a $20,000 Sustainable Jersey grant funded by the PSEG Foundation.
For information about the initiative, visit lambertvillenj.org/boards/environmental-commission.