141: Zero Waste Living with Stephanie Miller

In this episode, we talk to  Stephanie Miller. She is the author of Zero Waste Living, the 80/20 Way: The Busy Person’s Guide to a Lighter Footprint. She is also the founder of Zero Waste in DC, to focus on the application of zero waste strategies that have a real and sustainable impact. With a goal of reaching as wide an audience as possible, she provides keynote presentations, learning events and individual household consultations. Within her 25-year career at the international finance corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, she served as director of International Finance Corporation’s climate business department where she led global teams to find innovative solutions to climate change. 

During this episode we looked at the importance of recycling right, what is driving the zero waste movement and how our choices impact the climate and waste crises.  

Links from the episodes

Zero Waste Mariska – Website

Zero Waste Mariska – YouTube Channel

Podcast Episode with Bea Johnson

Podcast Episode with Zero Waste Chef (Anne-Marie Bonneau)

The Magic Three

Where can people find Stephanie Miller?

Book – Zero Waste Living, The 80/20 Way: The Busy Person’s Guide To A Lighter Footprint

Facebook

Instagram

LinkedIn

Twitter

Website

KEY TAKE AWAY

“We can make such a difference.”

About the author, Mariska

Hi and welcome! My name is Mariska. I am originally from South Africa, but now call the world my home. I am an artist, designer, environmentalist, podcast host and speaker.

I started the Mama Earth Talk podcast in 2018 to share some of the things that I learned about just how easy it can be to reduce your impact on the environment. This then quickly grew into a forum that showcases the amazing things that many people are doing to make the planet better, and further into a source of hope and inspiration for many. A few of the amazing guests include Zero Waste Queen, Bea Johnson, Claude Silver, Kathryn Kellogg and zero waste chef Max La Manna.

If you do not already I urge you to follow me and my journey on social media (@designbymariska), and to refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle and rot your own waste using the handy tips I post!

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