“Collective action is a key piece in the success of our network” ... October 11, 2017 | be Waste Wise
“It’s Also Important To Realize That College Students Are Also Strugglin... August 28, 2017 | be Waste Wise
“When We Waste Food, We End Up Wasting All Of The Resources That Went Into... August 22, 2017 | be Waste Wise
“Recycling Cannot Be Taken As a Panacea That Solves Everything” R... August 15, 2017 | be Waste Wise
“Waste Does Not Exist – We Consider It Raw Material” – A... August 8, 2017 | be Waste Wise
2017 be Waste Wise Pioneers – Universities & Media... August 1, 2017 | be Waste Wise
Waste-to-Energy Technologies: Science & Public Perception... June 21, 2017 | be Waste Wise
be Waste Wise Co-founder, Ranjith Annepu Recognized among 40 Under 40 by Waste36... June 16, 2017 | be Waste Wise
2017 be Waste Wise Pioneers List – Individuals... June 5, 2017 | be Waste Wise
be Waste Wise is a non-profit organization addressing the need for knowledge dissemination in waste management by bringing the best minds in the world together to build a global waste management community. be Waste Wise provides educational resources, direct access to experts and networking for free and builds momentum around the global challenge of waste.
be Waste Wise also manages grants and provides consultancy services in knowledge transfer and training, communications and content marketing, networking and community building, conference support and waste management. Learn more…
Harriet Parke & Katharine Blacklaws are consultants at Eunomia Research & Consulting. Feminism In India is a feminist platform based in India. All three of them came together to discuss the problems of menstrual waste & the …
Want to learn about waste management in developing countries, but don’t know where to start? Begin your learning with this guide, which refers to articles & panel discussions across several #wastedialog
Results from 2016 show that we’re moving towards the goal of an engaged global community faster. In 2016, we also started providing knowledge dissemination services. We made high-quality capacity building affordable by savings 65% of costs in a project funded by the European Union. Towards the end of last year, a student told us that be Waste Wise gives him access to diverse perspectives, easily. A scientist told us that our work helped his group reorient their research and provides new ideas. be Waste Wise’s model of knowledge dissemination has a great potential to impact the world. The results show that we have just started scratching the surface.
We were joined by Piotr Barczak & Carston Wachholz in the discussion about Green Procurement Practices. We discussed practices in government offices, products vs services, and laws & regulations defining green procurement practices (GPP) worldwide.
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Ranjith Annepu has a message for everyone, about PDFs, what can be done to disseminate knowledge, experiences in 2016 and people & organizations who played a big role in be Waste Wise’s success. Happy new year!