1st February 2013
Swansea's Environment Centre hosts talk and cookery demonstration this March
Viva!'s Tony Wardle says you can save the world with your knife and fork
DID you know one of the most effective things anyone can do to help the environment and reduce their carbon footprint is to make changes to their diet?
A talk, Saving the World with Your Knife and Fork, is being held at The Environment Centre in Swansea, on Wednesday, March 6, exploring the impact of food on the worlds exploding environmental catastrophes.
Learn how and why reducing the amount of meat you eat and moving towards a vegetarian or vegan diet holds the key to helping planet earth.
The talk, starting at 6.30pm in the Main Hall, will be given by journalist, writer and award-winning TV producer, Tony Wardle. Tony is also associate director of leading animal campaign group, Viva!.
It will be followed at 7.30pm by a cookery demonstration by Swansea-based vegan food writer & photographer, Helen Rossiter. Helen will be cooking up some quick, easy and delicious dishes, showing how easy it is to enjoy a plant-based dinner.
Entry is free. The Environment Centre is situated in The Old Telephone Exchange Pier Street, Swansea SA1 1RY.
The event is being held as part of Climate Week, which runs from March 4-10.
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For more information about this press release, call Helen on 01792 651084 or 07581 005605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen, who has hosted dozens of cookery demonstrations and talks across the UK, now runs popular veggie food and craft blog, www.lotsofnicethings.com.