Kresse Wesling is an environmental entrepreneur that set up Elvis & Kresse – a company that makes gorgeous luxury accessories from reclaimed materials.
Kresse Wesling, CBE, is a multi-award winning environmental entrepreneur. After first meeting the London Fire Brigade in 2005, Kresse launched Elvis & Kresse, which rescues and transforms decommissioned fire hose into innovative lifestyle products and returns 50% of profits to the Fire Fighters Charity. The company now collects 12 different waste streams and has several charitable partnerships and collaborations across industries.
Kresse inspires us to think about the huge potential of the waste that normally goes into landfill, and how we can make something truly special out of it.
We get Kresse’s thoughts on what solutions are needed to tackle waste, one of the biggest environmental challenges we face, and hear about the remarkable regenerative agriculture project that she is undertaking.
Our panel delve into how climate change is affecting the farmers that grow our food, what that means for all of us and how we can all help.
Special live Fairtrade Fortnight edition.
Mike Brehme is co-founder of Clipper Teas the market leading Fairtrade tea brand.
Erinch explains Doughnut Economics, the new economic theory which calls for a new way of business that better serves our communities within the planet’s boundaries, rather than the endless pursuit of profit.