Gen.T Partners With Green Is The New Black For Its Virtual Conscious Festival 2020
The Virtual Conscious Festival is an immersive three-day virtual event that aims to guide you to a more sustainable lifestyle by reconnecting with yourself, others and the planet through a number of talks and panels.
This year’s event theme is #CreateTheChange, which aims to educate attendees on how they can create systemic change to address the most important social, political and existential crises of our time. The talks will cover topics from business, fashion and wellness. The event will also feature a virtual expo, showcasing over 70 sustainable brands.
A number of Gen.T honourees are speaking at the event, including Redress founder Christina Dean and Camel assembly co-founder Keshia Hannam. Gen.T editor Lee Williamson will also be moderating a panel discussion on Friday 12 June, focused on innovative ways businesses can reduce their environmental footprint.
"We've partnered with the founders of the Conscious Festival since the very first event, in 2018. It's fantastic to see how the event has grown over the past couple of years," says Williamson. There are a number of similarities between our communities. The Conscious Festival, much like Gen.T, brings together like-minded people to work towards a common goal. I'm looking forward to my panel, and all the talks across the three days, to discover what we can do to #CreateTheChange."
For more information and to secure a ticket, visit Green Is The New Black