About be Waste Wise
With 20 years of research experience in innovation management, sustainability and organization theory, Dr. Carlos Martin-Rios (PhD Rutgers University) is Associate Professor of Management at the École hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland
In the webinar we discuss the official guidelines and response in UK during COVID-19.
How can we capture waste materials where there is no government waste collection service?
Following China’s effective ban on importing many waste materials for recycling, many developed nations, are being forced to rethink their waste strategies.
Moving from the UN Sustainable Development Goals to local ‘climate crisis’ talks, it’s time to stand up and make a change.
Mickey Green has been managing director of Somerset Waste Partnership (SWP) since September 2017. SWP was the first county wide partnership of waste collection and disposal authorities, and has had a long history of innovation; the first to roll out …
Waste governance is now at a crossroad: global increases in consumption in all categories are challenging waste regimes and management strategies everywhere, and especially in the Asian region.
To what extent is food packaging creating added value?
Richard is committed to working on ways of reducing man’s impact on the environment. A biochemist by training, he has a strong expertise in delivering more resource efficient and sustainable practices within businesses, and on reducing food waste and increasing recycling.
How can the present linear model in design and construction be replaced with a circular model?
Day 2 of ISWA Young Professionals Group’s second online conference
Day 1 of ISWA Young Professionals Group’s second online conference
Join two global experts in exploring how the social enterprise business structure can transfer to the recycling and reuse sector.
Food waste is one of the biggest challenges that the world faces today, contributing to climate change and resource depletion.
This expert panel reflects on the arrival of plastics in the marine environment, consider how we got here and most importantly what we can do.
John Gertsakis is a sustainability practitioner with experience as an industry adviser, consultant, research academic and advocate. He is the co-founder of the newly formed Ewaste Watch Institute, and he co-authored Australia’s first report on e-waste recycling in 1995 titled: Short Circuiting Waste from Electronic Products.
Ewaste Watch in Australia acts in the public interest to protect human health and the environment by accelerating increased levels of electronics sustainability from cradle to cradle.