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July 17, 2006 | by  | in Features |
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Environmental week

You can indulge all those environmental fetishes with the line up we have for you this week! It’s Environmental week, and it’s jam packed full of enlightening activities. Here’s what we have in store for you…

Monay

MP AND STUDENT CLIMATE CHANGE PANEL
12PM, MEMORIAL THEATRE, STUDENT UNION
Students will be laying it on the line to parties’ let’s see how they stand up to the challenge!

Tuesday

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS DAY
10AM – 2PM IN THE QUAD
Stalls from environmental NGOS

Wednesday

VUWSA ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY RELEASE
12.30PM, MOUNT ST BAR AND CAFÉ

Thursday

CLOTHES SWAP
11AM-1PM IN THE QUAD
Bring your old clothes and pick up some new stuff for cheap!

UNI GREENS MOVIE AFTERNOON WITH NANDOR TANCZOS
1-3PM MEETING ROOM 3

Friday

COAL INDUSTRY PUBLIC TALK, CHRIS BAKER
2PM COTTON 304

Saturday

OPTION3 CHARITY GIG
FROM 8PM AT HAPPY, CORNER OF VIVIAN AND TORY ST
$8 PRESALES AT VUWSA AND $10 ON THE DOOR
In support of a local movement for sustainable transport

So all you crazy cats, be clean and green and come to these events. There is a raffle, with tickets being selling all week and prizes given away at the gig.

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