Month: October 2018

Greener than What?: the shortfalls of comparing milk packaging options within the disposability paradigm

Greener than What?: the shortfalls of comparing milk packaging options within the disposability paradigm

SPOTTED: this sign in a Chch grocery store yesterday, giving us a confused mixture of feels: pleased and disappointed. We’re pleased that this conversation is being had, but disappointed at how it’s communicated here.   We want to start by saying that we agree with 

Zero Waste in Gisborne District/Te Tairāwhiti

Zero Waste in Gisborne District/Te Tairāwhiti

Photos in the feature image of Uawa Sewing Bee (left) and community-made reusable bags and beeswax wraps in Waiapu Kōkā Huhua (right). Thanks to Rawinia Kingi and Tina Ngata for kindly sharing with us. . . Our heartfelt gratitude to Sugarcube Studios, the creators of EcoSpot, for bringing our 

The Rubbish Trip Has Gone Car-Free!

Since our decision in July this year to continue The Rubbish Trip beyond its initial one-year timeframe, we’ve been considering how to do this car-free. On the first Sunday of October 2018 we finally took the plunge, ditching “Fossy the Foss” and opting to continue