Wonderful news as ASAP pledges come in from The Greens NSW – New South Wales, Australia.
2013 sees the work of Baglady Productions begin to reap rewards on both sides of the hemisphere!
NSW Greens MP John Kaye took an ASAP pledge to: “stop accepting plastic cutlery with food bought from the cafeteria at work and use the office cutlery instead.” And “start printing single sheet drafts of documents onto paper already used on one side to save paper.”
Before entering parliament, John taught and researched electrical engineering at the University of NSW where he specialised in sustainable energy and greenhouse issues. He has been a vocal critic of electricity industry privatisation and a strong advocate for renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Congratulations on your ASAP pledge John and thank you for your support!
And first Elected Greens Councillor for Penrith City Council 2012 – 2016
Michelle Tormey’s ASAP pledge: “I would like to make my pledge to always use my re-usable bags when I shop at the supermarket.
I also use Aussie Farmers Direct for my milk, bread and fruit deliveries.
I would like to work on eating less meat and using public transport more this year.”
Well done Michelle and good luck!
The Greens are promoting 2013 : The Year for Renewable Energy and Baglady Productions looks forward to supporting them, Shirley Lewis aka Baglady has David Shoebridge in her sights to be the third Green to pledge!