Mon 23 March 2020 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
City Tree - Bialik 25, Tel Aviv,

Zero–Waste Workshop Series: DIY Ecological Sunscreen

Our second lesson of the Zero-Waste Workshop Series will focus on the big ball of fire in the sky, otherwise known as the sun 😉 As we create DIY ~ecological~ sunscreen, we will discuss the sun’s role in creating life on Earth and how we relate to it at both a biological and societal level.

You’ll go home with:

* Your own ecological sunscreen

* The knowledge to keep DIY-ing this protective balm to save our marine life and break away from industrialized processes

* Insight into the multi-faceted damage commercial sunscreen causes to our ecosystems

* An understanding of the sun’s transformative power and our delicate relationship with it as living beings

150 nis per lesson or 140 nis if you purchase more than one lesson
**We will never let money problems come in the way of your participation. Talk to us, we’ll make something work**


Our Zero-Waste Workshops are designed to empower you with the tools you need to live ecologically in the city. We speak to the urgency of our climate crisis and dedicate this time to support the larger system change needed with transformation at the personal level.

We will explore topics relating to zero-waste, permaculture, regenerative community building, circular economies, and more as we intentionally transition into a new story for our society–one that is in alignment with the laws of nature and compassionate to all that live on planet Earth.

We hold workshops once every two weeks on Monday evenings. These lessons will be held in English–please visit our page or PM for more information about our Hebrew workshops.

Workshop structure:

Opening meditation
Theoretical learning
Practical application
Closing circle

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