Dr Mansoor Ali
Dr Mansoor Ali is a solid waste management expert with more than 35 years of experience in planning projects, designing systems, assessing recycling potential, and creating livelihoods from waste-related activities, with extensive experience in Pakistan. Recycling and livelihoods from waste is a key focus area of his work. He completed his Ph.D. in income and employment from solid waste collection and recycling in 1996, from WEDC, Loughborough University UK and worked on a number of related projects in 18 developing countries. His Ph.D. was about waste systems in Karachi. He has carried out some pioneering work in waste collection, recycling, livelihoods from waste, and small-scale waste collections for DFID and was a lead author of DFID topic guide on solid waste management. His current research involve looking into livelihoods and waste systems in low developing countries and recycling of plastics.
The Waste Crisis – Missing Billions (Part II – Waste as a Resource)
May 26, 2021 from our Video Panels In this webinar, panellists talk about why waste is a resource for billions and why does it matter.
The Waste Crisis – Missing Billions (Part I: Waste as a System)
April 19, 2021 from our Video Panels Analysing the barriers to the delivery of universal waste collection.