From June 8 - 10, the SNE is the place to be with a thematic exhibition
featuring over 150 exhibitors, plus a multitude of activities, workshops
and exclusive seminars!
MONTREAL, June 4 /CNW Telbec/ - In just less than week, the second
edition of the Salon national de l'environnement (SNE) will officially open on
June 8 at 10 AM. The SNE will run until June 10 at the Place des Vestiges on
the Quays of the Old Port of Montreal.
No less than 150 exhibitors, grouped into eight thematic sections, will
be on site to offer visitors the tools to understand and to act with regards
to environmental preservation. As such, visitors will be given a global
perspective of environmental challenges and solutions related to
transportation, awareness, health and education, natural resource
preservation, recycling, energy, housing and responsible consumption.
NEW ADDITIONS TO THIS YEAR'S PROGRAMME!
Each day, the SNE programme will feature a different environmental theme,
starting with Education and Technology for Environmental Preservation on
June 8, activities surrounding Responsible Consumption on Saturday, June 9,
with Climatic Change as the final theme on June 10. Highlights of the new
additions to the programme include:
1. DEVA (Défilé de véhicules alternatifs): 'Green' Vehicle Parade
presented par Hydro-Québec
Sunday, June 10 at 1 PM; Parade to begin at the same time as the
2. Seminar with JEAN LEMIRE to close the SNE!
Sunday, June 10 at 6:30 PM; Chapelle Bonsecours
3. Documentary Presentations : Rencontres internationales du documentaire
Three days of short and feature film presentations including the world
premier of the Philippe Falardeau film, Composez 514-RAY-MOND, with
the director in attendance.
COMPLETE PROGRAMME AVAILABLE AT
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