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Eat Money poster
Long elegant wall poster

Let this elegant and eloquent poster communicate your commitment to our common global future. The powerful face is printed to true-life size for full impact. A superb ethical gift for colleagues, family and friends.

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Size: 840mm x 297mm

Single poster
$15.00

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With Things That Matter Poster
$22.50

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Indian saying on the poster:
Only when the last tree has died
and the last river been poisoned
and the last fish been caught
will we realise we cannot eat money

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“We Cannot Eat Money” Poster.  Click to enlarge.
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