No dry old format for the Melbourne-based Sustainable Living Foundation (SLF)! At its AGM this coming Thursday, 31 May, they will run a ‘live in the studio’ Great Debate – ’Technological Makeover or Social Transformation?’ . People are invited to join the studio audience to share ideas and insight and help shape the debate which will be recorded live for pod cast.
May 31 2007, 6.30pm
St Martin’s Youth Arts Centre, Studio Theatre
28 St Martin’s Lane, South Yarra.
Take the Toorak number 8 Tram from Flinders St and get off at cnr Domain Rd and Domain Ave/Park st (Tram Stop 24). Walk one block down Park St, turn right into St Martins Ln.
Bookings are essential. Please visit www.slf.org.au/agm/register
Membership fees support the work of SLF and bring members discounts on sustainable products, services and events. SLF asks people to help them accelerate the uptake to sustainable living by becoming a Sustainable Living Foundation member. You can join or renew your existing membership online or by phone on (03) 9249 1888.
The support of SLF members gives continuing momentum to activities such as:
The biggest festival yet with thousands of visitors over three days (in spite of 30 40 degree days!!) Exploring the theme of ‘Sustainability, How Do You Do It? Hundreds exhibitors, presenters and performers, discussed debated, designed, workshopped, displayed, screened, sang and danced their vision for a sustainable future.
The Sustainable Living Calendar highlights sustainable living events and activities across Australia throughout the year. The Calendar is free to register events and free to browse, and a great way to find out what is out there and stay connected to your sustainable community.
The Sustainable Living Directory is an online consumer resource that empowers people with the information and alternatives for making more sustainable purchasing choices in their everyday shopping practice.
The Sustainable Living Enterprise provides support for small emerging businesses and not-for-profit organisations aiming to conduct their operations in line with sustainability principles. Enterprise provides seminars and sounding board services, as well as networking between like-minded organisations, potential suppliers and customers.
The Sustainable Living Network represents a large number of special interest groups including education, intentional communities, sustainable cities, green building, sustainable transport, water, food and agriculture, design and art. Participation in these groups helps to shape the continuing evolution of this highly collaborative organisation as well as accelerating the uptake of sustainable living.