He studied Philosophy at undergraduate level, and has a particular interest in how the way that waste is talked and thought about influences the way in which we react to, and manage, our waste.
He is a regular contributor to the environmental blog Isonomia, writing on topics including self-sufficiency, public engagement, and the history of the waste hierarchy.
Father of Waste Hierarchy Talks About Circular Economy and Zero Waste
December 10, 2014 from our Articles, The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste In this interview, the Father of waste hierarchy - Ad Lansink - responds to questions like whether the circular economy has killed the waste hierarchy, and others.
The Father of Waste Hierarchy Talks About the Current Status of Waste Management Worldwide
November 14, 2014 from our Articles, The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste Ad Lansink is a former Dutch politician and the father of the waste hierarchy. Isonomia's Steve Watson conducted an interview with Ad Lansink based on questions submitted by be Waste Wise's community. This is the first of two installments of the interview. In the second installment, which will be published on 28th, November, Ad and Steve talk about circular economy and zero waste.