Zero Waste Fest (Thursday – Sunday)

Thu Aug 27 to Sun Aug 30, 2020, Online

Western Canada's largest zero waste festival is coming back in the form of the Virtual Zero Waste Fest! The Zero Waste Festival is an event that welcomes everyone interested in learning how to live more sustainably. This is done through practical workshops, informative sessions from leaders within the zero waste movement, and the showcasing of innovative plastic-free solutions.

This year, you'll hear from zero waste influencers and innovators like The Zero Waste Chef, Zero Waste Daniel, and Buzzfeed’s Auri Jackson. You’ll learn from Calgary-based companies like Kent of Inglewood and The Apothecary, as well as big industry disruptors like Coca-Cola and IKEA. Expect all this and much more at Plastic-Free YYC’s Virtual Zero Waste Festival!

Thursday August 27 - Sunday August 30

For more information, visit:
http://plasticfreeyyc.com/zerowastefest

Register at:
http://plasticfreeyyc.com/zerowastefest

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/zerowastefestyyc/

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

For more information:

Contact Name: Tomi Ajele
Website: https://plasticfreeyyc.com/zero-waste-festival-ab/
E-mail: zerowastefestyyc (at) gmail.com



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

To avoid disappointment, please confirm details with the
event organizers, especially if travelling from a distance.

Please tell them you saw it on RCEN's Green Events Calendar!

 

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Calendar  |  Add an Event  |  About / Help

GoodWork Green Jobs Canada
The Environmental Events Calendar is provided by the Canadian Environmental Network in partnership with GoodWork Canada.

Subscribe to People and Planet.

Find Environmental Events on:  Green Events on Facebook  Green Events on Twitter 

 

 

Join

Eco Jobs

Events

Post a Job

Membership Benefits Button

Donate now Button

what's new section title

How environmental destruction influences the emergence of pandemics. Read here

Why better management of wildlife markets is essential to avoid future pandemics. Read here

We aren?t just stopping coronavirus. We?re building a new world. Read here