Agent pledges sustainable living for Earth Hour

Agent pledges sustainable living for Earth Hour

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A Ray White employee is committing to a fully sustainable month of living if her company supports her.

Digital development manager at Ray White corporate in Victoria, Jessica Groves has pledged to spend one month without consuming any foods that are packaged, non-sustainable or produced outside of Victoria.  

Ms Groves has asked 400 members from the real estate group to participate in Earth Hour this weekend.

“If I get 400 Ray White members to commit to Earth Hour this Saturday the 23rd of March, only then I’ll go ahead with my one month of sustainability,” she said. “But I’m confident we’ll get there!”

“Sustainable food is produced and grown in a healthy, environmentally friendly way. It respects animals, provides a fair wage for the farmer and supports rural communities.”

“I won’t eat anything that is packaged, so I’ll avoid anything that comes from a box or plastic. I will buy bread and milk from local producers only and, importantly, wine has to be Victorian only.”

Staff Reporter

A Ray White employee is committing to a fully sustainable month of living if her company supports her.

Digital development manager at Ray White corporate in Victoria, Jessica Groves has pledged to spend one month without consuming any foods that are packaged, non-sustainable or produced outside of Victoria.  

Ms Groves has asked 400 members from the real estate group to participate in Earth Hour this weekend.

“If I get 400 Ray White members to commit to Earth Hour this Saturday the 23rd of March, only then I’ll go ahead with my one month of sustainability,” she said. “But I’m confident we’ll get there!”

“Sustainable food is produced and grown in a healthy, environmentally friendly way. It respects animals, provides a fair wage for the farmer and supports rural communities.”

“I won’t eat anything that is packaged, so I’ll avoid anything that comes from a box or plastic. I will buy bread and milk from local producers only and, importantly, wine has to be Victorian only.”

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