If you love the environment, then you are in for a treat this weekend at the World Environment Fair!
Ahead of World Environment Day (5 June) Adelaide will once again put the environment on centre stage when it presents the World Environment Fair on 2-3 June, 2018.
The Fair is a full day of fun for any age with the chance to explore and play, interact with native animals up close and learn more about products and ideas to reduce your impact on the environment.
KESAB will be at the Fair in a number of different ways! We are undertaking live audits of the bin systems over the two days and this will give you an opportunity to ask the auditors questions about what goes into your bins at home, but also when you are out and about!
Be amazed by The Wipe out Waste Wizard as he uses, magic, special effects and lots of laughs to demonstrate the best ways to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Children from the audience will become the stars of the show as they help the wizard demonstrate our 3 bin recycling system. And watch out for a very special guest who will help the wizard to reduce waste in school lunch boxes. Lots of recycling ideas! Lots of magic! And lots of fun! Shows are at 10.30, 1.30 and 4.30pm each day. And Bazza the Bunyip will be there too!
John Phillips will be joining the Panel Discussion – The Changing Face of Communicating the Environmental Message on Sunday afternoon, so make sure you stay for that as well!
Ambassador and headline speaker Craig Reucassel (War on Waste) along with Ranger Stacey Thomson (Totally Wild) will share their passion for tackling all things waste and protecting our native environment.
Both speakers will be sharing their ideas and knowledge on how as a community we can tackle issues like our staggering contribution to landfill and the vital conservation of native Australian wildlife. You can see Craig and Stacey present at the fair on both Saturday and Sunday, 2-3 June.
The Department of Environment and Water will once again be presenting the interactive and informative Green Trail, a huge hit with families last year providing a full day of fun for all ages. The event will also feature a real life indoor Nature Play area, which will be one of the biggest Australia has ever seen.
With households and communities looking for ideas on living more sustainably the Fair showcases everything from food and wine, nature and tourism, lifestyle, sustainable building,
home and garden and so much more.
Visit the World Environment Fair website for more information and to buy tickets. We look forward to seeing you there!