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NZ Sustainability Icons; Liam and Hannah

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Published Jun 2, 2020, 5:00 AM

Giants of the sustainability movement in Aotearoa (and self-styled No-waste Nomads), Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince talk to Waveney about the connection of individual action to big change, what they were up to in lock-down, the origins of their (and Wave’s) journey into waste reduction and the demographics and often gendered nature of today’s sustainability culture.

You may know Hannah and Liam from their website TheRubbishTrip.co.nz or the TakeawayThrowaways.nz campaign, aiming to rid NZ of single-use coffee cups.

Resources and Links

TheRubbishTrip.co.nz 
TakeawayThrowaways.nz - please sign now!
Regeneration not Incineration campaign - please sign now!
NZ Product Stewardship Council
The Kiwi Bottle Drive (to support the Government in forming a Deposit Return Scheme for single-use bottles)
Plastic Pollution Coalition
Charles Eisenstein’s book The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible 

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