Why not attend the Greening Moreland Forum at Coburg?

Greening Moreland 25th Feb 2012When: Sat 25 February, 10am–1pm, followed by free BBQ
Where: Coburg Town Hall, 90 Bell Street
Cost: Free!
Registration and info: Moreland Energy Foundation website

Zero Carbon Moreland are organising an event at the Coburg Town Hall in Bell street for Moreland residents to Act together for a more sustainable future. Come and join members of Sustainable Fawkner at this event. Here are the details:

What’s your vision for a clean, green Moreland? As part of the Sustainable Living Festival, Zero Carbon Moreland presents a free event for residents and community groups to come together, explore what’s already happening, what we still need to do and how we can act together for a more sustainable Moreland.

Community groups attending include CERES, Transition Coburg, Climate Action Moreland, Moreland Food Gardens Network, Merri Community Health Service, Merri Corner Community Garden, Green Renters, and of course the Moreland Energy Foundation. The number of Moreland residents and groups registered is growing every day!

We hope the Greening Moreland Forum will help re-invigorate community action and connection across Moreland.

Participants will also have opportunities to test ride electric bicycles, calculate their carbon footprint, and get sustainability advice from the Moreland Energy Foundation team. Then wind down with a free BBQ lunch!

When: Sat 25 February, 10am–1pm, followed by free BBQ
Where: Coburg Town Hall, 90 Bell Street
Cost: Free!
Registration and info: Moreland Energy Foundation website

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One response to “Why not attend the Greening Moreland Forum at Coburg?

  1. About 60 people attended; really enthusiastic; lots of small local scale sustainability and community projects happening across the municipality (and sometimes at a wider level) on sustainable transport, energy, food production and permaculture in private and public lands, community resource sharing.

    And just talking about the issues and how to effect change to make Moreland a more sustainable place to live and work as the impacts of climate change and peak oil affect broader society in coming years.

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