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Seeking Sustainability Event: Talk + Workshop + Networking Fun
October 25, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm¥2000
“Seeking Sustainability” Events are a time to explore new ideas to better our environment, community and lives while having fun and making new connections.
The aim of the event is Talk+Workshop+Network & enjoy. We start with a short talk by someone who is passionate about sustainability in their work and life. Then we get a chance to try to make something that would reduce waste or be better for the environment in some way. Finally, we get opportunities to make new friends and network with others at the event. There are never enough opportunities to learn, network and get passionate about helping people and the planet!
Make sure to reserve your place by getting your tickets online via Peatix (you can pay via paypal or credit card). Since this is a short 2-hour event and we want to make the most of the time available, it is unlikely that we will have tickets for sale on the door.
- If you are unable to attend the event, please consider being a virtual supporter of this event by making a donation to Inbound Ambassador via PayPal. Donations are greatly appreciated. As a special “thank you”, everyone who attends and donates will be invited to watch each month’s events live and get exclusive previews of the videos and photos from the event. Schedule:
18:45 Doors open
19:00 Welcome & Short Talks (1~3 speakers) about innovative products, services, and projects which help people + planet.
19:30 Workshop – fun brainstorming activities & climate trivia fun
20:00 Networking & chatting
21:00 End of the event – group photo
October 25th (Friday):
Short Talk about Sustainable Innovation in Japan by JJWalsh – Inbound Ambassador – Here are a few examples of successful sustainability in action from Hiroshima and across Japan.
Next month: November 22nd (Friday):
Short Talk about the Climate Crisis by Guest Speaker Kenneth Parker PhD talking about his experience protecting birds and natural landscapes in Japan. Kenneth Parker runs a sustainable business called “Bird Land Ecosystem Management”.
December 13th (Friday):
…details coming soon…
FreeCycle Area – Bring a (used, but good quality) dress, bag, scarf, shoes or anything else you no longer want which someone else might be excited & happy to use.
*Please be prepared to take it home or donate it to the Second Street donation pile if it is not adopted at the event, thanks!*