Appearance at UK Aware Sat 26 March

 

How are you doing? Hope you’re enjoying the little bit of sunshine (and dare I say it, fog, which we had here this morning) now that March is here. Time to start planting some seeds I think!

As you might know, Climate Week takes place in the UK between the 21st and the 27th of March. A major event during that week is the UK Aware Sustainable Living Show at London’s Olympia 2 in Hammersmith on Fri 25th and Sat 26th March. Yours truly will be taking part in a panel discussion there on the Saturday between 12noon and 1pm entitled ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Green Living’. Other speakers taking part in the discussion are:

Tracey Smith (Chair) – Author of The Book of Rubbish Ideas
Dave Hampton – the Carbon Coach
Nigel Winter – Chief Executive – The Vegan Society

Exciting! I’m really looking forward to it and, if you’re in London that day and fancy coming along, click here to find out more about it all. It should be an interesting show and a fun and educational day out too.
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2 Responses to Appearance at UK Aware Sat 26 March

  1. I’m new to the UK and didn’t know there was a Climate week! Thanks for sharing! Unfortunately I’m in Manchester so I can’t make UK Aware but i will definitely see whats happening around here.

  2. Piper says:

    Hello there! That’s a shame but there are some events going on in Manchester too if you take a look at the site. http://www.climateweek.com/

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