Zero Waste

In our climate crisis, our excessive consumption and waste culture are both hurdles to change and great opportunities for rethinking the world we live in.

One of our biggest challenges is to start seeing waste as a resource and not something to be landfilled or incinerated. By doing so, we can start to things with greater value. In turn, we begin to build communities where sharing, swapping, reusing and upcycling are the norm. Communities are then brought closer together by a shared love and care for place and people.

Tackling climate change requires us to be more aware of both what and how we consume. A challenge with endless rewards.

Activities and Projects

Click on any of the projects or activities below to find out more about the work we do around the theme of Zero Waste.

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The Fashion Scene of St Andrews and Interview with Emma Walsh, Sustainable Style St Andrews In February, St Andrews, the little town by the sea, turns in to a fashion ...
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We all try to do our bit for the planet, so when it comes to household plastic, we religiously wash out our milk and other containers and put them in ...
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Climate change has manifest itself in many ways around the world, from record summer extreme temperatures, to the melting of the polar icecaps and glaciers, leading to sea level rises, ...
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