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Let's Talk About Consumption - Brisbane

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Let's Talk About Consumption - Brisbane

Time: August 28, 2015 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Griffith University EcoCentre
Street: 170 Kessels Road
City/Town: Griffith University, Nathan Campus, Nathan, Brisbane
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Event Type: free workshop
Organized By: AELA
Latest Activity: Aug 19, 2015

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Let's Talk About Consumption - Brisbane

Brisbane - Friday 28th August, 9am to 5pm 
Please join us for a fascinating, inter-active 1 day workshop, which will help us work together to find new ways to tackle unsustainable consumption
This workshop is part of AELA's "Ecological Limits" program - for more information, please visit this website - 


Griffith University EcoCentre
170 Kessels Road
Griffith University, Nathan Campus, Nathan, Brisbane
Ecocentre website:


Tea and coffee will be available, but to keep this event free, other refreshments will not be provided.  You're invited to bring your own lunch or purchase it from a nearby cafe.


This event is free, but donations are invited at the door.  
$5, $10, $20 or more would be appreciated, to help AELA cover the costs of organising the event.  (But if you can't afford to make a donation, that's okay too - everyone is welcome!)


For a map showing how to get to Griffith University's Nathan Campus and the EcoCentre BY CAR, BUS AND BICYCLE, please click here -

For a map showing the campus, and how to find the Ecocentre building, please click here –

Parking is available at the EcoCentre – please pay at the automatic pay machines when you drive into campus


Michelle Maloney
National Convenor
Australian Earth Laws Alliance 

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