Going Green Conference 2010

Saturday 20th February   9.30am - 1.30pm
Haringey Sixth Form Centre
White Hart Lane, N17

Haringey Council has invited residents associations  to find out more about the key areas of Haringey's Greenest Borough Strategy, and how you and the community can be part of making Haringey a greener and more sustainable borough.
The conference will look at environmental achievements, projects and policies implemented over the past year, and give residents the chance to give their opinions in interactive workshops and discussion. It will also include a sustainably sourced lunch and refreshments.

As part of the Greenest Borough Strategy, the Council and its partners say they are committed to protecting the environment for future generations and embedding sustainability throughout the lives of Haringey residents and businesses. If you would like to attend or have any questions about the conference or Greenest Borough Strategy, you can contact Alex Grear, Better Haringey Programme Manager on 020 8489 2243 or Going.Green@haringey.gov.uk. Alternatively, visit our website at www.haringey.gov.uk/goinggreen. [Additional Note: Book in advance so the organisers know how many are attending, but they won't turn anyone away who just arrives on the day.]

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