The Gauteng Natural Step Network invites you to their next Restorative Breakfast.
The topic for this open forum discussion is ‘NO COP OUT AT COP 17’, with Judith Taylor and Ella Bella. Durban will be the centre of attention during November, presenting South Africa with an incredible opportunity not only to host, but also to seek to steer the latest Conference of the Parties to real action towards addressing and mitigating against Climate Change. Can we do it? Can we afford not to!
This month’s breakfast presenters will be putting us in the picture as to how at least 2 groups are planning their activities: Judith Taylor of Earthlife Africa on Civil Society’s approach; Ella Bella (of Miss Earth) on planned activities for The Youth. After all this is not about governments only; but about all of us, and all life (current and future) – and the few who will take our voices to the event. [Read on...]
9-10 November 2011, Maroela Room, Sandton Sun Conference Centre, Sandton, Johannesburg.
The Environmental Management in Tourism conference (EMiT) offers tourism stakeholders the latest insight into the world of responsible tourism. The conference unlocks the challenges and threats facing the industry as well as shows delegates how to future-proof their tourism businesses by making them more environmentally-friendly and sustainable.
Most exhibitors are shocked when I point out that 70% of your brochures are thrown away before the visitors have left the Hall. Considering the cost of design and full-colour printing, not to mention the agonizing over copy and content, it is not surprising that exhibitors attach a higher value to them, then your visitor. [Read on...]