TD in the Pub: Ethical Shopping

23 January, 2019 at 8:05 pm Leave a comment

Buying the right thing seems to be getting more complicated every day.

This session will empower you to find your way through the complexity of choosing what to buy. By learning about key green purchasing principles you will be able to work out your own ethical framework. Once you have a framework you won’t have to juggle as many issues each time you buy something.

The presenter will also discuss how to see through false marketing claims and explore which claims and certifications are credible.

We will talk about joyful purchasing and ways to joyfully buy less.

The evening will include a presentation, small group discussions and plenty of opportunity to debate the difficult questions.

Where: The Merri Clan – 15 Gilbert Road, Preston
When: Wednesday February 20, 7:30 pm

Tania Struzina has worked for the ECO-Buy Victorian Local Government Program and on Sustainable Office programs at RMIT University. She is passionate about reducing her environmental footprint and social impact and supporting social enterprises making a difference. She has a Masters in Environment and Planning.

In order to cover costs, we are charging a small fee for tickets for the event. Please book a ticket here.

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