Anyone looking for ways to adopt greener habits or make some environmentally-friendly changes in their lives will find a wealth of information on how to live a more ecologically-reponsible life at the Living Green Fair on 20 April.
The fair, now in its third year, is organised by the Cayman Islands Environmental Program for the Tourism Sector, a programme initiated to encourage the implementation of environmental best practices and improve the overall environmental performance of attractions and accommodations and suppliers within the tourism industry.
The Living Green Fair is timed to coincide with Earth Day 2012, which falls on Sunday, 22 April and will be held on the lawns of the Governor’s House. The fair showcases local businesses, attractions and organisations that are leading the way in offering greener alternatives.
The event is open to the public and transportation will be provided for students to reach the fair. Entry is free and attendees will have the chance to find about a number of local products and services that are better for the environment, from propane appliances to greener printer cartridges, environmental and educational outings for youngsters.