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Sustainability Week will accelerate number of projects


‘Get ready to put ideas in motion’ is the theme of Sustainability Week 2015 which will take place from 23-28 June at the CSIR International Convention Centre in Pretoria.

This year’s Sustainability Week, hosted by alive2green, is set to accelerate the total number of sustainability projects, and thought leaders, policy makers, practitioners and producers within the country and beyond will share their knowledge.

This year’s programme boasts an impressive 14 seminars which offer excellent opportunities for various stakeholders to share ideas to ultimately improve environmental and economic performance.

Addition to programme

An exciting addition to the programme, African Capital Cities Sustainability Forum, hosted by the City of Tshwane, will seek to lay the foundation for African cooperation at city level and urban scale. In addition to the extended Green Building and Sustainable Energy programmes, three new seminars on mining, manufacturing and infrastructure have also been introduced.

Other items on the Sustainability Week programme include a Responsible Tourism Dialogue, a panel discussion for Youth and the Green Economy as well as a Green Home Fair with an organic market and household products for green living, scheduled to take place at Brooklyn Mall.


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