Friday, February 27, 2009

EVENT - HR - Herefordshire Greenlinks Public Event and Green Business Expo

WHEN: Tuesday 17 March 2009 7.30 pm - 10 pm
WHAT: Health, Wealth, and Green Living
WHERE: The Courtyard, Hereford
WHAT... MORE?: From the site:
Public Event & Greenlinks Exhibition
Come and join the 400 businesses, public, media, and panel of well known speakers
discussing innovative ways to beat the recession and develop a vibrant local economy.
After the panel speakers, the discussion groups will focus on the stand holders and speakers, giving opportunities for everyone to get to know a growing network of green businesses and enthusiastic supporters.

7:30 pm
Panel discussion and questions with:
Alistair Sawday, Sawday Publishing
Elaine Brook, Gaia Partnership & Greenlinks
Satish Kumar, Resurgence Magazine
Brigit Strawbridge, TV's 'Not Easy Being Green'
Stewart Walllis, New Economics Foundation
Bianca Madison, Celebrity health advisor
Geoff Hughes, Head of Regeneration, Herefordshire Council

Small-group discussions focused on stand-holders and speakers, with people moving on every 12 minutes to ensure maximum networking.
Emerging 'good ideas' will be posted on a giant banner above the stands

HOW MUCH: Main House Event £6 or £3 from Box Office 01432 340 555
COMMENTS: I'll definitely try and attend. May even be seduced by a stand


Oh heck, I have tons in other places. Time to pull 'em together as they come up (or I get told).

Anyways, the list of thousands of sources of info starts with the first few links... - NEW

Junkk diRE:ctory

UK - Postcode Dependent

HR -Herefordshire
herefordshiregreenlinks -

Finding the energy

It came to me more targeted at 'energy professionals', but having clicked the link I see no harm in sharing here.

If any of you have expertise/experience of energy saving/renewable and low carbon energy technologies and can advise the households involved in the Big Energy Shift your input would be gratefully received. They have asked a load of questions which they would like people's views on.

It has a few links and pages some may value for info, or have the experience to contribute to.

Do love the current 'freeze frame' of Minister Ed Miliband on the home page. Not sure he would:)