Event – Shopping with a Conscience Supermarket Tour, 31 July
Please see a message below from Nick Ray from the Ethical Consumer Group. He refers to the 100 Mile Diet, a challenge, now a book and becoming a movement! If you’d like to be involved he’s your chance to join others!
Just a quick email to let you know we are running our next “Shopping with a Conscience” Supermarket Tour this Thursday night – the 31st July.
Also for our Ethical Consumer Group in September we’ll be discussing a local trial of the 100 mile diet. See more below.
If you can pass these events on through your networks, that would be great.
“Shopping with a Conscience” Supermarket Tours 2008
Food miles, genetic engineering, multinational ownership, packaging…. and much, much more
Join us to find out more about the products, companies and related issues that are part of your weekly supermarket shopping adventures. Time to share questions, experiences, and to feast on some positive alternatives. We’ll explore practical ways to help you in making more ethical choices and lighten your impact.
Dates: last Thursday of each month. 6pm – 8.30pm. Cost $15. Light supper provided. Meet at Footscray Baptist church, 60 Paisley Street, Footscray.
Ethical Consumer Group meetings and movies
The Ethical Consumer Group meets monthly to discuss aspects of living out sustainable alternatives in a consumerist culture.
No meeting for August. (Nick & Janet are having a baby instead).
September meet. Thursday 17th July. “100 Mile Trial”
The 100 Mile diet has taken off in many places around the world, with people have experimenting with sourcing their food from within an 100 mile (160km) radius from where they live. We’ll meet to discuss and prepare for how we can do this for a week’s trial later in the year. Includes short movie input.