How TRUE Certification, a zero waste program, can help transform our economy, make businesses more efficient and regenerative while creating equitable, healthy and just workplaces
What NRC, ROs and Attendees should do to respond to Black Lives Matter.
Passing the City of Berkeley’s landmark Single Use Foodware & Litter Reduction ordinance.
introduction to the BFFP movement and what joining it means
SBCLT is a community land trust in Baltimore working to lead a just transition to zero waste and create development without displacement. The idea for SBCLT emerged through the youth led struggle to stop the nations’ largest trash incinerator from being built less than a mile from schools. Youth and community leaders declared the need for a democratically governed organization capable of implementing a development vision centered around the needs of our community, our health and our environment.
Zero Waste Canada presentation on Zero Waste Hierarchy guiding principle of highest and best use of materials.
Change the curb, processing and responsibilities
Transitioning into zero waste not only makes sense from a materials perspective, but also from an economic one. The presentation will share how municipalities from outside U.S. have saved money and included informal workers into formal zero waste systems, and how zero waste can create jobs and build local economies.
Moderated discussion panel. Presentation will cover UC Berkeley: How to Recycle Right in Today’s Markets Right Sizing Designing it Right Training and Leadership