Date: 
26 November 2011 - 9:00am
Venue: 
UK

Saturday November 26th is Buy Nothing Day (UK). It's a day where you challenge yourself, your family and friends to switch off from shopping and tune into life. The rules are simple, for 24 hours you will detox from shopping and anyone can take part provided they spend a day without spending!

Everything we buy has an impact on the environment, Buy Nothing Day highlights the environmental and ethical consequences of consumerism. The developed countries - only 20% of the world population are consuming over 80% of the earth's natural resources, causing a disproportionate level of environmental damage, and an unfair distribution of wealth.

Upcoming events

2 Sep 14

Newport Alternative Summit continued
Dolman Theatre. 11am – 4pm - Sessions on Gaza • Peaceful co-existence • Victims of NATO

3 Sep 14

Newport Peace Camp

A peace camp will be located in Tredegar Park, Newport, from Friday 29th August for people who wish to stay in Newport for the week. Basic facilities will be provided and the camp is recognised by the local council and police. Bring your own tents. The camp is asking for a donation of £2 per night per person. More details...

Artists and Musicians against War. All day at the Tredegar Park Peace Camp

4 Sep 14

Newport Mass Action and March on the Celtic Manor where world leaders meet to present messages. Gather at 12.00, Cenotaph, Clarence Place

4 Sep 14

Cardiff No dinner of death. Protest World Leaders Castle banquet at 6pm to send a message from Wales and the world: Freedom for Palestine. No New Wars. Cardiff Stop the War Coalition and Cardiff Trades Council are calling for people to gather assemble Queen Street Cardiff  (Details may change due to security on this day )

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6 Sep 14

Join us this Saturday 6th September at our Action Day – call in anytime from 10AM – 4PM at the Eco-Centre, Junction Road, Brighton BN13PB.  – we will have a stall on Caroline’s work on housing, fighting for a fair detail for private renters, delivering leaflets and talking to voters.