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'This is a much-needed guidebook from a true agent of change.’ Sarah WilsonWe need to talk about waste. Shrink-wrapped vegies, disposable coffee cups, clothes and electronics designed to be upgraded every year: we are surrounded by stuff that we often use once and then throw away. Each year Australian households produce enough rubbish to fill a three-bedroom home, including thousands of dollars worth of food and an ever-increasing amount of plastic, which takes hundreds of years to break down and often ends up in our oceans or our food chain. But what to do about such a huge problem? Is it just the price we pay for the conveniences of modern life? What if it were possible to have it both ways – to live a modern life with less waste? That’s where Erin Rhoads, aka The Rogue Ginger, comes in. Erin went from eating plastic-packaged takeaway while shopping online for fast fashion, to becoming one of Australia’s most popular eco-bloggers. Erin knows that small changes can have a big impact. In Waste Not she shares everything she’s learnt from her own funny, inspiring – and far-from-perfect – journey to living with less waste. Learn how to:switch out the disposable plastics from your shopping trolley
make simple cleaning solutions free from harmful chemicals
find your favourite beauty products without all the packaging
give a baby shower present that won’t end up in the charity shop bag
plan your own zero-waste wedding (and what ‘zero waste’ even means!)
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'Waste Not' is a thought-provoking journey of discovery, exploring elements of Chinese culture, family and memory. Presented at Carriageworks, as part of the Sydney Festival, the exhibition consists of over 10,000 items collected from Dong's mother's house over five decades.
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Waste not is an award winning documentary film about the beauty of garbage.