The Responsible Market” is set to highlight eco-friendly alternatives to plastic packaging and bolster responsible producers among Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs). The event promises a diverse array of activities and opportunities aimed at fostering sustainable practices and environmental awareness.

Explore a variety of eco-friendly products and network with potential partners and buyers. This segment aims to facilitate meaningful connections that can drive the adoption of sustainable alternatives in the market.

The event will feature discussions led by experts on sustainable practices and alternatives to plastic. These sessions are designed to promote knowledge exchange and collaboration, providing valuable insights into implementing eco-friendly practices.

Bring your kids for an early education in sustainability! The event will include fun drawing activities and storytelling sessions focused on environmental conservation and waste reduction.

Gain insights into the impacts of plastic pollution and discover actionable steps to address this issue. This year’s exhibition will place a particular emphasis on land restoration, desertification, and drought resilience, highlighting the critical need for sustainable land management practices.

The organisers encourage you to bring a tree to plant in a public area. Trees can be dropped off during the event, and their partners will handle the planting afterward. This initiative aims to promote reforestation and contribute to environmental restoration efforts.

The event invites all eco-friendly vendors to join and showcase their products. This is an excellent opportunity for vendors to present their sustainable goods to a wider audience and support the movement towards a greener future.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of a meaningful and impactful event! Register here. This event is organised by Prevent Plastics in collaboration with City Mart Holding Co., Ltd and City Properties.

City Mall St John, Yangon
10 am – 7 pm | 5-7 June

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