Future of Thermal and Biological Waste Treatment Technology... September 29, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Future of Waste Collection Systems Worldwide... September 29, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Future of Waste Recycling Technology September 14, 2016 | be Waste Wise
“One of the things often missed is what developed world can learn from dev... September 11, 2016 | Swetha Dandapani
Building an Evidence Base for Making a Case for Waste... September 2, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Future of Waste Prevention & the Sharing Economy... August 31, 2016 | be Waste Wise
International Donor Priorities for Financing Waste... August 24, 2016 | be Waste Wise
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through Waste... August 23, 2016 | Swetha Dandapani
Tools for Managing Consumption in Cities August 23, 2016 | Swetha Dandapani
Join the exploration through the themes: Oceans & Plastic Pollution, Consumption & Climate Change, Making a Case For Waste, Future of Waste Management
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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.
“People will look back to this era as the ‘Plasticene’ – plastic is the best marker of human ‘civilization’!” – Interview With Anna CumminsJune 23, 2016 | Swetha Dandapani
We chatted with Anna Cummins about the impact of the plastic problem on earth, communicating about the ocean plastic problem, the 5 Gyres Ambassador Program, and their planned Arctic Expedition, among other things.
As part of our #WasteDialog around the 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, we posed a question to visionaries and leaders in waste management. We will share their answers to how good waste management can improve well-being. Here’s the response from Adam Read, Ricardo-AEA’s …
“Coastal cleanups empower people to take simple actions in their communities!” – Interview With Nicholas MallosJune 14, 2016 | Swetha Dandapani
Nicholas Mallos is a Marine Debris Specialist, who currently works at Ocean Conservancy as the Director of the Trash Free Seas Program. He has spent the past decade researching the ecological, economic and behavioral components associated with ocean …
As part of our #WasteDialog around the 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, we posed a question to visionaries and leaders in waste management. We will share their answers to how good waste management can improve well-being. Here’s the first response from Eric Lombardi, …
Waste is a global challenge with local solutions. Billions of people need solutions to and through waste, and yet they lack access to relevant knowledge and best practices. We believe change and leadership can arise from every part of the …