The 2017 Global Dialogue on Waste
Gaining trust and getting their license to operate from local communities.
Exploring our understanding of waste management systems in developed and developing countries.
Every landfill company is going to tell you it is lined!
Mani Vajipey is a recycler and is the Co-Founder and CEO of Banyan Nation, a technology driven recycling company that is changing the way India looks at plastics, recycling and waste management.
With a large team of NGO’s, the 5 Gyres Institute witnessed their discovery of microbeads in the Great Lakes lead to policy victories across the US
Helping campuses start & sustain waste reduction projects
How to engage apartment buildings in recycling
Recently launched OneLessStraw Pledge Campaign raises awareness to the fact that in America alone we use 500-million single use plastic straws every day
How can we make environmental movements more inclusive?
Black Soldier flies are practically global. They are endemic in all temperate zones. A panel discussion with Christian Zurbrugg, Solid Waste Management Group Leader at Eawag; Simon Houghton, Head of Licensing and Partnerships at AgriProtein Technologies.
An interview with Michael Cowing, who has accumulated over twenty five years international experience in over fifty countries around the globe.
Andy Whiteman, Director of RWA Group speaks about classifying waste management systems across the world.
This interview was organized as part of the Beyond Circular Economy theme of the 2017 Global Dialogue on Waste.
Arguing against the tendency to individualize all environmental problems as a matter of choice, Robert Crocker emphasizes the role of technological systems in expanding and escalating global consumption.
Kirstie Pecci is an environmental, real estate and municipal attorney. In January she launched the Zero Waste Project as part of the Healthy Communities, Environmental Justice Program of the Conservation Law Foundation.
Olivia Lapierre is a Be Zero ambassador and racial justice activist. She began her transition to a zero waste lifestyle in January 2016. Through Be Zero she works to bring awareness to environmental racism and to provide platforms for POCs in environmental communities, which are traditionally predominantly white spaces.