EcoXpo: The Pinnacle event of Sustainability

28 – 30 November, 2014

EcoXpo is a remarkable free community event that allows families, businesses, and organisations to learn about the best in eco and sustainable products and services, including organic food and wines, gardening, energy, beauty, fashion, yoga, sustainable transport, eco building materials, environmental protection, and corporate responsibility. Book your FREE ticket now and check out more than 100 workshops and various activities over the weekend:

Where: Prince Alfred Park, Chalmers Street (cnr of Cleveland Street) Surry Hills, Sydney, NSW.
When: 10am – 10pm, Between Friday 28 to Sunday 30 November, 2014.
Cost: Free Event During The Day: from 10.00am to 6.00pm, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 November.
Free EcoMovies at Night: starting around 8.00pm to 10.00pm, Friday 28 and Saturday 29 November.
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Aymeric Maudous

EcoXpo hero

Thursday, 27 November 2014

How and why Aymeric Maudous founded the EcoXpo event.

David Suzuki in Green Lifestyle

David Suzuki's no mad scientist

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

While all scientists are tasked with searching for the truth, Canadian academic and environmentalist, David Suzuki, takes it all one step further by also asking about the meaning of that truth.


EcoXpo Sustainable Eco Living

19 April to 20 October, 2013
EcoXpo is back for 2013, combining forces with the Conscious Living expo to bring thousands of sustainable products and services under one roof. Crucial for anyone interested in eco-business, this event will feature free seminars from experts, musical performances, demonstrations, workshops and much, much more!

David Suzuki is the keynote speaker on Friday and Sunday of the Sydney event. We caught up with the Canadian academic and author of 43 books, including this one, for a 'Special feature' in the Sept/Oct issue of Green Lifestyle magazine, on sale 23 August to 18 October, so check it out in newsagents now!

Melbourne: 19-21 April 2013
Sydney: 20-22 September 2013
Perth: 17-20 October 2013
Cost: $16 per person, $12 concession ($10 when purchased online). Family tickets can also be purchased.
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