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Thursday, May 11, 2006

NEWS: MAD Green Bloggers

Am delighted to announce that I will be chairing a UK Green Blogger Panel at this years great green MAD (Make A Difference) Show.

Taking place over three days, Fri 2 - Sun 4 June, at London's Earls Court this superb event is worth attending to check out loads of great green info, speak to lots of great green people and discover loads of great green alternative ethical consumer ideas to help you green your life.

Don't take my word for it though, go to the MAD Show website and see for yourself.

The Green Bloggers (a varied bunch) will be taking part in a Q&A session, led by little old me, where you will first find out a bit about the panel and will then be able to ask the panel for our thoughts, tips, ideas on various issues to do with living a modern green lifestyle.

We might not have ALL the answers on the day though as we are just regular folks trying to live a greener life, like you, but what we cannot answer live some of us will take notes on and blog about afterwards. We will endeavour to answer all outstanding questions asap via our blogs.

So if you want to meet myself, Bonnie from Treehugger, Ian from How To Save The World For Free (and also our Manchester Editor), Tracey Smith (she of National Downshifting Week and Ecostreet) and maybe some other green bloggers yet to be confirmed then please do attend our session at 1pm on Sat June 3rd.

Will be great to meet you.



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