Conservation Council ACT Region: World Environment Day Dinner (Sat 1 June)

Miranda Gibson recently spent over 14 months at the top of a tree defending Tasmania's ancient forests. Using a unique combination of direct action, markets campaigning and social media activism, Miranda helped bring international attention to the plight of the forests, without setting foot on the ground for over a year. Miranda's inspirational story brings to life her experience of living in the upper canopy of a remote old growth forest. From this unique perspective Miranda shares her insights into the current debate around forest conservation in Australia. 

MC for the night is Alex Sloan - presenter of ‘Afternoons’ on 666 ABC Canberra

Join us for:

*A four course gourmet sustainable set menu*

*Live music with Yes/No (duo from the well known Fun Machine!)*

*Auctions and prizes!*

Where: Merici College, Wise St, Braddon

When: Saturday 1 June 2013 @ 7pm

Tickets: $80 Conservation Council member group individual or $100 non-member group individual

Bookings: http://worldenvironmentdayact.eventbrite.com.au/ or call 02 6229 3200

BOOK NOW!

Information: communications@conservationcouncil.org.au or 02 6229 3200

All funds raised for the night go to support the Conservation Council’s vital work to continue to be a voice for the environment in the ACT.
Cant make it to the dinner? Consider making a donation or becoming a monthly donor here. Thank you!

Bob Brown helps Miranda Gibson descend from her 449-day tree sit.