A Mountain Climber & Geophysical Chemist Talks about Plastic Pollution... March 15, 2017 | be Waste Wise
Waste Management in Developing Countries – A Beginner’s Guide... February 23, 2017 | be Waste Wise
Creating change through knowledge | An year in one post... January 30, 2017 | be Waste Wise
Reducing Waste Through Green Procurement Practices – A Twitter Chat... January 16, 2017 | be Waste Wise
A Message From be Waste Wise’s Co-founder, Ranjith Annepu... January 4, 2017 | Swetha Dandapani
Food Waste – A Quick Guide December 21, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Informal Waste Economy – A Quick Guide November 28, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Circular Economy – A Beginner’s Guide November 7, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Does Recycling Create More Waste? – A Tweetchat... November 4, 2016 | be Waste Wise
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Here we have a quick and easy guide for you to treat as a beginner’s resource to learning about the consumption, its impacts and what you can do.
Climate change & waste management are linked. Here we have a quick and easy guide for you to treat as a beginner’s resource to learning about the connection, its impacts and what you can do to mitigate climate change through better waste management
- Start your learning by listening to this discussion about the Status of Oceans & Plastic Pollution panelists from Plastic Pollution Coalition, Save Our Shores, 5Gyres & Plastics for Change give you information about what the exact problem is and …
Prof. Brajesh Dubey, from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, tells us about LED (light emitting diodes) and what happens when they become waste.
Recently, we received a query from the community enquiring about LED (light emitting diodes), their …
“One of the things often missed is what developed world can learn from developing world.” – Interview with Margaret BatesSeptember 11, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Margaret Bates is Professor Sustainable Wastes Management at the University of Northampton. She has been involved in wastes management for over 25 years and undertook her PhD on landfill microbiology. She is the curator of this month’s #wastedialog.
Improper waste management can have far reaching negative impact, which go beyond immediate negative externalities and can significantly impact the frame of mind of people inhabiting those areas.