Exhibitions and events
This has been something of a sideline, but one which I have loved being involved in. Probably the most effective was 1986's 'Green Designer' exhibition at the Design Centre. Typically, though I missed the high-profile launch: I was travelling yet again. Such events have been another way of getting our thinking and messages into the minds of ordinary citizens. If a chance to do another of these came along, I would jump at it - despite the extraordinary complexities involved in developing a good exhibition.
The Holiday Extravaganza
To launch the book Holiday's That Don't Cost the Earth.
Britain's Greenest School Competition
To build on the success of The Young Green Consumer Guide.
Green Shopping Day
To reinforce the impact of The Green Consumer's Supermarket Guide.
The Kitchen that Cooks without Roasting the Planet
SustainAbility and Friends of the Earth, at the Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition.
Green Consumer Week
To launch The Green Consumer Guide and associated campaigns.
The Green Designer
Exhibition at the Design Council, London - the first time the 'green consumer' term, which I coined for the purpose, surfaced.
Spread across London's Surrey docks, this was a counter-blast to the UN Habitat Conference of the same year.