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September 5, 2013 to September 15, 2013 – Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
World Stage Design is a celebration of international performance design from the world of theatre, opera and dance as well as public performances and installations in non theatre spaces.
:organised by Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Socirty of British Theatre Designers, OISTAT | Type: exhibition, showcase, wales, conference, economic, social, environmental
September 6, 2013 from 12:30pm to 3:45pm – Manchester Town Hall
How we make and use energy is one of the most urgent issues facing the UK, impacting on our economy, the bills we pay and the environment we live in.
The British Energy Challenge, hosted by the Depar…
:organised by Department of Energy and Climate Change and Greater Manchester Combined Authority's Low Carbon Hub | Type: discussion, debate, northwest, economic, environmental
September 7, 2013 to September 8, 2013 – UK wide national event
If you're involved in make-up, then you might want to know about this. A nationwide organic health and beauty weekend within the Small Changes, Big Difference campaign: this September’s focus on all…
:organised by Soil Association | Type: environmental, social, events, organic, health, beauty, cosmetics, soil association
September 7, 2013 at 10am to September 8, 2013 at 4pm – River Cottage HQ
Celebrate the harvest with a trip to the River Cottage Autumn Fair on 7 - 8 September 2013. The Autumn fair is a great opportunity to come and explore River Cottage HQ and meet the gang off the telly…
:organised by River Cottage | Type: southwest, environmental, social, fair, autumn, river cottage, "hugh, fearnley-whittingstall, cooking, food, family
September 12, 2013 from 10:30am to 5:15pm – Birmingham Hippodrome
Frontline provides those working in front of house with excellent opportunities to network and learn from each other as well as hear about and discuss ley issues in front of house operations. CHAIR…
:organised by Theatrical Management Association | Type: conference, westmidlands, social, economic
September 12, 2013 from 4pm to 8pm – Makespace
The event aims to profile and promote technology companies in the low-carbon energy and lighting sector. For the first time in Cambridge, companies in these sectors have a platform to meet and inter…
:organised by e-Luminate in association with the NPL Centre for Carbon Management | Type: social, environmental, economic, showcase, lighting, cambridge, easternengland, low energy, low carbon
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Around half the UK's soft drinks industry, including Coca-Cola Enterprises, Britvic and PepsiCo and agree on a joint carbon-cutting roadmap. More at BusinessGreen...
EdieEnergy reports that the UK catering industry could save £250m a year through energy efficiency savings.... More here.
The Sustainable Restaurant Association joins forces with Virgin Airways to help provide sustainably sourced in flight meals - http://www.thesra.org/sra_news/planes-trains-sustainable-restaurants/
An article in 'Positive News' about a Dorset company providing British grown exotic spices to help make it easier to source ingredients from within the UK - http://positivenews.org.uk/2013/environment/agriculture/11408/shari...
126 leading catering companies have been celebrating after being awarded the 'Food for Life' Catering Mark in conjunction with the Soil Association. These marks show ethically and environmentally sound food sourcing by companies that provide for schools, hospitals, visitor attractions, even houses of parliament - http://www.soilassociation.org/news/newsstory/articleid/5015/cateri...
A popular Rotherham chip shop decreases its expenditure by using a waste crusher to help cut the costs of weekly waste collections - http://www.edie.net/news/5/Fish-and-chip-restaurant-serves-up-susta...
Slofood have put together a calendar of seasonal foods, 55 Forgotten Foods, which are all British and may tempt the gormet in your customers to think and buy British; as well as keeping British producers in business - http://www.slowfood.org.uk/ark-info/seasonal-calendar/
This Sustainable Restaurant Association's article tries to tackle the thorny issue of tap water verses bottled water, verses filtered tap water or then again ethical bottled water or locally sourced bottled water. What are the best options? -http://www.thesra.org/ethical-filtered-or-just-plain-tap/
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