Sustainable Shopping: Can Consumers Change the World?

Can consumer behaviour lead to environmental change for the better? Join Kathryn Henderson in this lecture at City Art Centre on 21st June!

Sustainable Shopping: Can Consumers Change the World?

About Sustainable Shopping: Can Consumers Change the World?

21st June 2018
2pm
City Art Centre
2 Market Street, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 1DE
Free, but booking is essential.
Call 01315293993
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Are changes we make in our purchasing habits enough to have a positive impact on the environment? From a ban on microbeads and calls to remove plastic in teabags, there have been many high-profile campaigns which have led to changes in what we purchase and how we think about what we consume.

This lecture by Kathryn Henderson, Retail and Reception Manager for Museums & Galleries Edinburgh, will examine whether consumer behaviour can lead to environmental change for the better.

Free, but booking is essential. To book, please contact the City Art Centre on 0131 529 3993 or click on website link above.

Image credit: Angus Bremner

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