Plymouth Green Book Club meeting
  • Room 402, Babbage Building, Plymouth University

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The Plymouth Green Book Club is meeting to discuss "Good Food For Everyone Forever" by Colin Tudge. 

Guest expert at the discussion is Professor Colin Trier whose areas of expertise are sustainability, environmental management in business and waste management.

All welcome. There is disabled access available to the venue.

Please contact Alan Ramage for further information.



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About Plymouth Green Book Club

The Plymouth Green Book Club meets quarterly and is for people who know a little or a lot about the topics covered in the books, selected from suggestions made, and who wish to deepen their knowledge and understanding. Reading the book under discussion is recommended but is not a requirement. Far better to come along and share your ideas and views on the topics covered even if you have been unable to read them. 

The book club is not a campaigning group as such, but as a local Friends of the Earth initiative, it is hoped that people who are not already engaged in campaigning - nowadays usually done online through Avaaz, 38 Degrees, Friends of The Earth, WWF, Greenpeace and a wide range of other environmental and development organisations - will feel encouraged to add their voice to campaigns undertaken by the organisations they feel drawn to. 

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