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The 2015 Global Dialogue on Waste

is a series of panel discussions and interviews which will be broadcast live on every Wednesday from August to December, 2015

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Panel will start at 3 PM GMT on 5th August, 2015

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PANELISTS

Vivek Agrawal - Annakshetra 150x150

VIVEK AGRAWAL

Trustee Secretary, Centre for Development Communication & Annakshetra

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Hanna Morris - Food Shift 150x150

HANNA MORRIS

Program Coordinator, Food Shift

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ROBERT LEE

Co-fouder, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

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MODERATOR

Ranjith Annepu

RANJITH ANNEPU

Co-Founder and Curator, be Waste Wise

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UPCOMING PANELS

Aug
5
Wed
2015
Reducing Hunger and Food Waste
Aug 5 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm

This panel will be broadcast live on www.wastewise.be homepage. It will also be recorded and available for viewing after the event.

To interact live or ask questions, use Twitter hashtag #wastewise

Panel starts at

3 PM GMT on 5th August, 2015

This 45 minute online panel will focus on the logistics behind collecting and distributing surplus food that would otherwise be wasted. The panel will start with general introductions and take questions from audience through our live chat window on the homepage and through tweets sent with #wastewise or to @bewastewise

PANELISTS:

Vivek Agrawal - Annakshetra 150x150

VIVEK AGRAWAL

Trustee Secretary, Centre for Development Communication & Annakshetra

View Contributor's Page

ROBERT LEE

Co-fouder, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

Visit Contributor's Page

Hanna Morris - Food Shift 150x150

HANNA MORRIS

Program Coordinator, Food Shift

View Contributor's Page

MODERATOR:

Ranjith Annepu

RANJITH ANNEPU

Co-Founder and Curator, be Waste Wise

View Contributor's Page

Aug
12
Wed
2015
Source Segregation or Commingled Recycling?
Aug 12 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm

This panel will be broadcast live on www.wastewise.be homepage. It will also be recorded and available for viewing after the event.

To interact live or ask questions, use Twitter hashtag #wastewise

Panel starts at

3 PM GMT on 12th August, 2015

This 45 minute online panel will focus on exploring factors to be considered when a local government or community is deciding between source segregation or commingled recycling. The panel will start with general introductions and take questions from audience through our live chat window on the homepage and through tweets sent with #wastewise or to @bewastewise

 

PANELISTS:

Bios and pictures coming soon

Bradley Kelley, Senior Project Engineer at Gershman Brickner & Bratton, Inc. (GBB)

Brajesh Dubey, Associate Professor at Indian Institute of Technology – Kharagpur (IIT-K)

Victoria Hutchin, Senior Consultant at Ricardo-AEA

The panel will be moderated by Ranjith Annepu, Co-founder of be Waste Wise.

 

 

TOPICS COVERED UNDER 2015 GLOBAL DIALOGUE ON WASTE

  • Logistics of donating leftovers to reduce hunger and food waste
  • Source segregation or commingled recycling?
  • Solid waste management in Humanitarian Response
  • Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) and its export
  • Opportunities for entrepreneurs
  • Can we recycle everything?
  • Culture, consumption and waste management
  • Preventing waste through education and community engagement
  • Formalizing the third sector: Informal waste recycling
  • Questions to be asked before accepting new waste plans

  • Mobile applications for better waste management
  • New waste treatment technologies
  • City-wide composting programs
  • Ways to improve recycling rates
  • Careers in waste management
  • Role of social media in waste management
  • The Clean India campaign: Swachch Bharat
  • Protecting public health and ecosystems in islands through waste management
  • Ocean plastic pollution

 

PARTNERS