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Jabir Karat (Founder, Green Worms) How an organisation has been able to minimize the waste generation, maximize waste recovery and recycling, and dignify people working within the waste management industry. "Zero waste wedding" an initiative by this organization which has been widely recognized throughout the country to reduce the food wastage and other wastes.
Garbage to Garbology
Jabir Karat is an Indian social entrepreneur who founded Green Worms, a waste-management enterprise based in the state of Kerala. Jabir, and the Green Worms team work on multiple projects to fulfil the Green Worms mission. This includes projects like dry-waste collection, waste-auditing, waste-literacy training, zero-waste events and sustainable product destruction.
Living a Zero Waste Life
Lauren is an Environmental Studies graduate from NYU and former Sustainability Manager at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, and the amount of trash that she has produced over the past three years can fit inside of a 16 oz. mason jar.
How to lead zero waste life
The world generates millions of tons of waste everyday, it is a crucial point in time for producers as well as consumers to take responsibility in order to help overcome the challenges of waste by moving towards a Zero Waste Lifestyle. Priyadarshinee Shrestha in her talk discusses a zero-waste lifestyle which we can adopt to move towards a world with minimum waste.
Why segregate your waste?
Legal reasons, aside, Why must one segregate waste? Why should it be at the source level? Why shouldn't the government do it, after all as citizens are doing their duty by paying taxes? Sandya Narayanan, a stock broker turned waste activist, talks about the whys and hows, of segregating before throwing.
Can Plasma fix our waste?
What happens to garbage after we throw it out? Are landfills and recycling our only options? Plasma, the 4th state of matter, is one of the ways that innovative minds have developed to maximize energy and material recovery from waste. Tom Whitton shows us how we can avoid sending value-rich waste to environmentally-unfriendly dead-end landfills and discusses the barriers preventing its adoption
Can landfills be obsolete?
Landfills are where garbage that cannot or are not being recycled end up and they are expensive to maintain and environmentally undesireable. Johhny Poore is the executive director of Solid Waste Authority in rural Barnesville, Ga., and he is testing technology that transforms garbage into usable gas and environmentally benign and reusable by-products that bypass the landfill.
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