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On the podcast Love Zero Waste, Malin Leth and Evelina Lundqvist talk to leading entrepreneurs, scientists, activists, and policymakers, working across the planet to create large-scale change towards zero waste and circular economy.

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Love Zero Waste is a joint collaboration between Circulous and The Good Tribe. We're always open to ideas and collaborations - if you'd like to collaborate do get in touch.

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WE PODCAST, DO PUBLIC SPEAKING, WORKSHOPS AND CONSULT - ALL IN THE NAME OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ZERO WASTE AND CIRCULARITY

ZERO WASTE IS KEY FOR

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Waste and garbage affect every single individual on earth. When waste and trash are not avoided, radically reduced or handled correctly, this has negative or even devastating consequences for our seas and species, but also our economic development and public health.

 

By 2050, it is forecast that 68% of the world's population will live in cities. As growth and urbanisation are directly linked to waste generation per capita, topics such as waste, waste sorting, and the zero waste vision are urgent to discuss to create large-scale system change.

 

CUTTING OUT WASTE IS CUTTING CO2 EMISSIONS

We see a crucial need for a discussion about waste, waste sorting and zero waste solutions worldwide. The World Bank’s report on global waste, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs 3, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 och 17) and the Paris agreement reinforce our standpoint. Improvement in managing waste can drastically reduce our CO2 emissions.

 

We are convinced that CO2 emissions can be further reduced if we increase the knowledge about the concept of zero waste.