Zero Waste Podcasts:

“Emily had the creative vision to make the waste topics stimulating, relevant and thought provoking. The use of podcasts is a fresh approach and Emily was able to connect so well with local groups, encourage people to talk about their work and give examples of how to we can all make a change in reducing, reusing and recycling our waste. It is great way to promote the waste action grant and ensure many more local Edinburgh projects are funded to do fantastic waste projects.”

Anita Sharkey, Waste Education Officer, City of Edinburgh Council

Funded by the City of Edinburgh Council Waste Action Grant to produce a series of 12 Zero Waste Podcasts for Greener Leith. Each podcast was ten minutes long, see the whole series and supporting blog posts here.


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