Episode 3: Leading change - Love Zero Waste (S1, E3)
In this episode of Love Zero Waste you’ll learn more about creating and leading change at the policy, as well as private citizen level.
We humans generate 2 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste annually. That’s a 2 followed by 9 zeros.
Radically minimizing the amount of #waste, and improving the management of what is there already, can decrease CO2 emissions but also increase human health, welfare and economic development. Libby Peake, senior policy adviser of Green Alliance in UK, and Rustan Nilsson, environmental educator of SYSAV in Sweden, share their insights on the topic.
We'd love to get your feedback on the podcast. Did you learn something new in this episode? Would you recommend others to listen to Love Zero Waste? What topics do you want us to tackle in the podcast? Contact us, we're all ears! 👂
Want to get deep insights in this episode's topic? Check out:
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) in the UK, https://www.gov.uk/government/news/gove-launches-landmark-blueprint-for-resources-and-waste
What a Waste 2.0 : A Global Snapshot of Solid Waste Management to 2050 (World Bank), https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/30317
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Hosts: Evelina Lundqvist and Malin Leth
Jingle: Merlinn Sound
Love Zero Waste logo artwork: Alexandra Poetz
Initiators of the Love Zero Waste community: Evelina Lundqvist and Alexandra Poetz
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