Green consumer Bucharest event
G*EA was partner with Romexpo Exhibition Center, Bucharest – Romania at the 34th edition of TIBCO – International Trade Fair for Consumer Goods.
TIBCO continues to be the perfect place where consumer goods producers, importers and distributors, from Romania and abroad, could exhibit their products in a business environment, favourable to communication and networking including this year, declared by UN, for Sustainable development.
G*EA encourage and recommend green consuming. Green consumption, is related to the notions of sustainable development or sustainable consumer behaviour. It is a form of consumption that is compatible with the safeguard of the environment for the present and for the next generations. It is a concept which ascribes to consumers responsibility or co-responsibility for addressing environmental problems through adoption of environmentally friendly behaviors.
TIBCO took place in the C5 and C6 Pavilions of Romexpo Exhibition Center, Bucharest – Romania from 25th to 27th May 2017 (thurday- saturday), visiting hours between 10:00 am – 08:00 pm and 28th of May 2017 (sunday) between 10:00 am – 06:00 pm. The acces was for free. More about TIBCO here!
We have two public presentation about Green consuming. First presentation on the theme “Compulsory shopping vs. Shopping therapy”, in Iorga Hall C6 Pavilion at 14:30.
The second on the theme “Planet and… the Shopping”, in C6 Pavelion, 55-57 Tends.
More info about how we celebrate International Year of Tourism for Sustainable Development, here!
Our participation was focussed in next key areas:
(1) Green Economy – Inclusive and sustainable economic growth;
(2) Green Social – Social inclusiveness, employment and poverty reduction;
(3) Green Environment – Resource efficiency, environmentally protection, biodiversity conservation and adapt to climate change;
We have the aim to improve untill change the conservatory way of producing and consuming tourism services especialy in sensitive areas more then protected areas, including sensitive urban areas and tourism adaptation to climate changes and reducing tourism emisions.
More details about us, please find here!