ZERO WASTE CULTURE

Zero Waste Culture & its profound challenges

By Amanda Marina

Coming soon...

Abstract

The step towards a zero waste culture involves economic, social and political changes. These transformations cross individuals, communities, countries and the very phenomenon of globalization. How about we reflect on that a little bit?

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Amanda Marina

State University of Santa Catarina

Brazilian, researcher in the area of sustainability, waste management and Circular Economy at the State University of Minas Gerais. It seeks to unite scientific knowledge and the knowledge of ancient peoples, especially indigenous wisdom, studying Buen Vivir.  

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