Our events are created to raise awareness about the impacts of plastic. We have a broad range of themes and distinguished guests.


Changing Streams is developing a programme of events to help its members to reduce plastic.

Contact us to learn more and ensure that your company can demonstrate a clear commitment to the sustainability agenda and protect the environment.

Upcoming Events

In line with the latest guidelines around Covid-19 and to protect the wellbeing of our members all our events are being delivered online until further notice.

A full programme of all upcoming events is listed below. To ensure you do not miss out, please contact us to be added to our mailing list.

You can watch our previous online events here.

Overview Conversations with Changing Streams

Each month we will be hosting our webinar series – In Conversations with Changing Streams, where we will bring together leading experts in education, environment and climate to discuss the impact of plastics. 

These events will provide our audience with an opportunity to gain insight, ask questions and find out more about the challenges we face and how together we can effect change.

Conversations with Changing Streams: Plastic in Architecture and Design – 31st March 2022

Join us for the sixth in our series of webinars hosted by Brendon Kenny as we explore the area of creating a sustainable working environment

We will be joined by a panel of thought leaders across academia and industry including:

Taleen Josefsson – Chetwood Architects

Rachel Loughrey – Project Support Officer (Circular Economy) Irish Green Building Council

Jamie Blenner-Hassett – MD – Hassett Homes

Patrick Folkes – Director – Graphenstone (Sustainable Paints and Coatings)

There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions and explore ways to get involved for you, your business and how you can work with suppliers to effect change.

Reserve your place via


Conversations with Changing Streams: Microplastics – 28th April 2022

Conversations with Changing Streams: Plastic and the Circular Economy – 26th May 2022