Melbourne Sustainability Drinks
Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on August 27th, 2008
Please find a note below from Dean Steele-Bennett and Carly Philips about the next Melbourne Sustainability Drinks.
At the next Melbourne Sustainability Drinks Eric Bottomley, of CERES (Community Environment Park) will be discussing his vision for how we as a society can impart sustainability into our schools, communities and the education sector, Wednesday 3rd September.
Erics personal interest in sustainability has lead to a passion for educating our youth. Eric has designed much of the CERES Educational programs and is currently implementing the Victorian Sustainable Schools Program.
This is not a sponsored event; i.e. you buy your own drinks. We choose to come together in the spirit of a shared interest. So come and join us at the next â€œMelbourne Sustainability Drinksâ€ held on Wednesday September 3rd from 6 â€“ 8pm.
For those who attended the August event – check out our photo gallery on our website, or on the “Melbourne Sustainability Drinks” facebook page to check if you have been snapped.
Melbourne Sustainability Drinks is at the 100 Mile Cafe (fully licensed). 100 Mile Cafe only source their products from within 100 miles of their location, thus reducing the â€œgreen milesâ€ associated with greenhouse gas transport emissions. They only use fresh seasonal produce and also practice sustainability principles within their establishment (water/energy and much more). They are always happy to hear ideas and suggestions from their customers or other community stakeholders, as to how to improve their performance in this area.
100 Mile Cafe
Level 3/Melbourne Central
211 La Trobe Street
Directions: take the elevator on the corner of Swanston and La Trobe Streets up 2 levels. It is the first cafe on your left.
As space is limited it is essential to RSVP, spaces go quick so respond now: http://www.sustainabilitydrinks.com/rsvp.html