THURSDAY 5 NOVEMBER 2020
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE
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ON ORGANIC WASTE
The panelists will present on issues related to organics management and strategies for Zero Waste:
Enzo Favino - Zero Waste Strategy Fundamentals: It Always Starts with Organics.
Ana Carvalho - Food Waste Reduction and Surplus Food Recovery.
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APPLYING THE WASTE HIERARCHY
This session will explore the role of the waste hierarchy in addressing the issue of organic waste. Organic waste and how we choose to manage it ties onto broader issues such as food security/resilience, soil health and climate change. We’ll hear from practitioners involved in different parts of the organic waste cycle and discuss what needs to change in how Aotearoa approaches organics.
Urban Farmers Alliance, Kaicycle (NZ)
Returning Organics to Soil (AUS)
Ecostock, NZ Food Waste Champions 12.3 (NZ)
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ZERO WASTE NETWORK AGM
& NETWORKING DRINKS
AGM & NETWORKING
What a year it’s been! Come and join us for our AGM and networking drinks in Wellington.
We’d love to see you in person at: Sustainability Trust, Wellington.
Or online via Zoom for the AGM: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81192765567
The AGM will happen from 4-5pm, followed by drinks at the Ecoshop between 5-7pm.
Our awesome Director of External Affairs, Sue Coutts will say a few words, but mostly it will a chance to catch up with some of our favourite zero waste people.
Held online & in person at Sustainability Trust, Wellington
Held in person at Sustainability Trust, Wellington
Hibiscus Coast Zero Waste (NZ)
Climate Anxiety is real so what can students do about it directly and personally? The Zero Waste Zero Carbon Program for Intermediate Schools inspires a pallet of choices around what students can do to reverse climate change, and reduce plastic waste.
Urban Farmers Alliance / Kaicycle (NZ)
Kate from Kaicycle will present about the need for this multiple-duty solution to urban food waste, how it works, and the barriers and opportunities to scaling it.
Papatoetoe Food Hub
Food Hub Collective (NZ)
How the Food Hub concept is supporting food resilience by providing an alternative option for the community to access good and affordable food.
Life Cycle Association of NZ (NZ)
Life Cycle Thinking, Life Cycle Assessment and transitioning to a Circular Economy. As Aotearoa New Zealand transitions from a linear ‘take-make-waste economy’ to a Circular Economy ‘take-make-return” it will become increasingly important to assess change impacts, avoid burden shifting and understand trade-offs.