Come and join us for this mouth-watering, festive, friendly and informative event on the theme of ‘From farm to table’ from 19 to 25 September 2011. The programme includes: ‘Slow food in the restaurant’, tastings, gourmet walks, workshop tours, cooking and gardening lessons, meetings with producers etc.
In Brussels August 2011
On the second weekend of September the PassiveHouse 2011 show, exclusively dedicated to low energy construction and homes, will be held at Tour & Taxis in Brussels. 120 exhibitors will present their products and services and numerous contributors will give talks in which they share their experience.
The priority goal of the new management contract signed between the Brussels Region and the Brussels-Capital Region Housing Company (SLRB) is to increase the number of social dwellings and reduce the number of unoccupied dwellings. This priority is also an opportunity to make Brussels a more sustainable region.
For the first time, a call for projects on the theme of sustainable nutrition has been issued for all Brussels residents. This is a real opportunity for anyone wishing to do something concrete to promote food that is more planet-friendly.
Over the years, the Green Neighbourhood scheme has collected new projects and initiatives to upgrade the city’s public spaces by making them greener.
A route of approximately ten kilometres, open to cyclists, scooter-users and skaters on Sunday 21 August and Sunday 11 September. A real family event in which you can choose to do all or part of the route, in complete safety.
Should Europe concentrate on growth to the detriment of sustainable development, or are these two concepts in fact compatible? The ICLEI convention “Cities in Europe 2020 - Enhance Sustainability Now” will consider this question from 12 to 14 September 2011 in Brussels.
Deckchairs last summer … and now picnic tables! Tables you can eat at, socialise at, use as a meeting-point, have a rest at…all in a green and pleasant setting in the city.