Waste Prevention Exchange 2022
The eighth annual Waste Prevention Exchange, brought to you by North London Waste Authority, focused on the essential role of waste prevention in tackling the climate emergency.
The conference, which took place online, brought together an expert panel of speakers to discuss the waste sector’s response to the climate emergency and initiatives driving the required change. Industry leaders navigated delegates through challenges facing the sector such as the elimination of carbon intensive items in waste streams, communications and responses to the climate emergency, incentivising the market and campaign planning. Scroll further down the page to download speaker slides.
Post COP26 landscape Claire Shrewsbury, Director Insights And Innovation, WRAP
London Councils One World Living Programme, reducing consumption-based emissions Emma Beal, Managing Director, West London Waste, Chair NAWDO & Matthew Adams, Head of Natural Resources & Climate, London Borough of Harrow
Local Authority climate emergency action plan Sam Kennedy, Director Environment and Climate, Essex County Council
Climate emergency a European Perspective Pierre Condamine, Waste Policy Officer, Zero Waste Europe
Harnessing the momentum of the climate emergency to influence waste behaviours Maria Lunetto, Research Fellow, UCL Centre for Behaviour Change
Understanding carbon in our waste streams Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Director, SUEZ Recycling & Recover UK
Local authority communications campaign planning Stephen Bates, Director and Behaviour Change Communications Expert, The Mobius Agency Ltd
Modelling carbon in waste streams Rachel Espinosa, Principal Consultant, Ricardo Energy & Environment