World Environment Day Dinner 2018
7pm – National Arboretum Canberra Saturday 2 June 10pm
National Arboretum Canberra
World Environment Day is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our global environment. As part of this worldwide environmental action the Conservation Council ACT Region holds an annual celebration of sustainable food and environmental advocacy, to raise support for our work protecting the environment.
Why not bring along a table of friends to share one of the best nights on the Canberra calendar and celebrate the achievements of the Canberra environment community in style! Check out our Facebook event page here to share with your friends.
We are thrilled to have Stuart Barry – author of The Rich Greenie – Financial strategies for living well while saving the planet as guest speaker. Our MC for the evening will be Genevieve Jacobs previously with ABC radio.
Warm yourself during the Canberra winter, as Janet Jeffs of Ginger Catering cooks up a treat using local, seasonal produce. Both vegan and vegetarian options are available. A three course meal plus champagne and canapes to start, and your ticket will include wine.
Don’t miss out on unique regional food and wines, live music, inspiring speakers and a range of fun activities including a silent and live auction. Mingle with the best like-minded community of people passionate about the Canberra region’s air, water, flora, wildlife and land.
Tickets start at $99 for early birds who take active transport to the event and include a three course meal plus champagne and canapes to start with bottles of wine at your table.
And check out some of our handy tips on transport options to get you to the dinner. If you catch the free bus or ride your bike to the event you’ll get a free ticket in the draw for a special raffle prize. Last year it was an electric bike generously donated by Switched On Cycles valued at $1,500.