The World Environment Fair is coming to Wayville Showground next month. Designed to inform, encourage and inspire people to make a difference for themselves and the world around them, the fair, which runs on 3rd and 4th June is a whole day out with plenty on offer, and kids are free.
Discover how to enjoy nature in your own backyard, visit more than 60 exhibitors, participate in activities and hands-on displays, and listen to a range of awesome speakers, while enjoying some of South Australia’s best locally produced food and wine.
Among the speakers is Therese Kerr, who is an author, speaker and Co-Founder of The Divine Company, as well as mum of model Miranda Kerr. Therese will be talking about the changing face of skin and personal care products. As well as exploring the benefits of her products for the body and the environment, Therese will share how The Divine Company sources and uses sustainable certified organic ingredients.
Award-winning environmental campaigner, author, broadcaster, science journalist and sustainability researcher, Tanya Ha will also share her thoughts and experiences of green living, from understanding different types of eco-friendly behaviour, to making choices that align with our values and busy lives. Tanya knows a plethora of ways we can reduce our environmental impact at home to make it a healthier place to live, and more affordable to run.
The World Environment Fair will offer some fantastic ideas on energy efficient home design, information on sustainable building, and advice on which toxic materials to avoid in the home, as well as tips for eco-friendly gardens.
Visit experts such as Adelaide Sustainable Building Network, Big World Homes, Endemic Environments, House of Bales, Sustainability House, who will all be at the fair to help you find effective solutions in sustainable design for your eco home.
With plenty to see and hear, as well as heaps for the kids to do, it’s worthwhile visiting The World Environment Fair on the first weekend in June to discover the best for your future here in South Australia. Purchase tickets at www.worldenvironmentfair.org.au/tickets/