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how is it possible to live Christmas time in a more sustainable way?!?
Posted December 3rd, 2012 - 7:15 pm by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
Dear friends,
some of you surely still remember the activities we did 2 years ago to celebrate Christmas in a more sustainable way. For those who don't or were not in Vienna at the time, here the extra newsletter "Sustainable Christmas time" from December 2011 as a reminder:
http://www.sustainablecouch.org/?ACT=27&email_id=67

I have started this thread in the "Alternative ways of living and consuming" group:
http://www.couchsurfing.org/group_read.html?gid=24&post=13892564

maybe you also want to express your opinion and it would be great if the Vienna Sustainability Group organised some activities also this year!

all the best from Santa Marta, where there are many Christmas lights and 35 degrees!

massi

Posted December 3rd, 2012 - 7:18 pm by from Vienna, Austria (Permalink)
I also take the chance to advertise this event, which perfectly fits in the topic - sorry it is only in German.

Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe des FORUM Umweltbildung
„Food for Thought: Vor-, Nach- und Querdenken zur Nachhaltigkeit 2012“

laden wir Sie herzlich zu unserer nächsten Veranstaltung ein:

Do it yourself – reloaded?!
Neue Kulturen des Selbermachens: Chancen für mehr
Nachhaltigkeit in Produktion und Konsum

wann: Donnerstag, 13. Dezember 2012, 18-20 Uhr

wo: KunstRaum Sonnensegel, Preßgasse 28, 1040 Wien

Es wird gestrickt, gebrutzelt, gebaut und gebastelt was das Zeug hält ... und das nicht nur vor Weihnachten. Manches kommt uns bekannt vor- und doch: Die facettenreiche Do it yourselfLandschaft hat das Zeug zu einer Bewegung. Repair-Cafés, FabLabs, Leihläden, Bike-Kitchens, Real-Time-Manufacturing und Mini-Fabriken, Open Source Modeplattformen: Das Spektrum wird immer größer. Dabei wird Selbermachen immer häufiger mit ökologischen und sozialen Motiven verbunden.