Where: Gandel Atrium, National Museum of Australia
When: 6:30PM – 10:30PM Saturday 1 June 2019
Why: It is the major fundraising event for the Conservation Council and it is a lot of fun.
The Conservation Council ACT Region is hosting the 2019 World Environment Day Dinner on Saturday 1st June at the National Museum of Australia.
World Environment Day Dinner is the Conservation Council ACT Region’s major fundraising event for the year and promises to be a fabulous evening of food,
entertainment and inspiring discussion.
We are pleased to welcome Dr Bob Brown, former senator and leader of the federal Greens party, to deliver the keynote address on “Optimism and Defiance” – two attitudes that will be so critical in 2019 when we will see a federal election, and a galvanized climate movement around the world.
Please join us to celebrate optimism and defiance in Canberra’s environment community, who are, and have always been, vocal, strong and empowered.
We are joining forces with Broadbean Catering, who will provide us with a stunning 3-course meal. All dietary requirements will be catered for.
Early bird tickets ARE CLOSED
General ticket AND Active Transport – $135.00
General ticket – $145.00
Each table has 10 seats. If you want to organise a table, please notify the table members of the table name and enter it at registration.