#5 - Departure of SWANA CEO David Biderman Leaves Spot in Industry Association Leadership
After eight years, David Biderman's tenure as the Solid Waste Association-North America's (SWANA's) executive director has ended abruptly.
#4 - How Food Matters Helps Cities Leverage Their Power to Shift the Food System
Cincinnati, Ohio set bold goals in its Climate Action Plan. Among them are reducing food waste by 20 percent by 2025 and hitting 50 percent by 2028 –at the same time the metropolis aims to triple urban food production.
#3 - How Kikei Wong, Zero-Waste Ally, Helps Students Divert Waste
Kikei Wong has been a zero-waste ally for quite some time now and her unwavering efforts installed new ways of sustainability at UCLA. She has helped students divert waste, set up a surplus store to help students recycle unwanted furniture and supplies, and put on an educational art show dedicated to zero-waste and sustainability.
#2 - Episode 186: A View From Above: Using Satellites and Drones to Monitor Emissions
In this week’s episode of NothingWasted!, you will experience: A View from Above — Using Satellites and Drones to Monitor Emissions. You will learn about methane gas emissions and capture, the advantages of aerial data, the influence of ESG-focused agendas and more.
#1 - Women Leaders in Waste: Kendra Kemp, VP of Western Operations, Federal International
Kendra Kemp knows paper. The vice president of Western Operations at Federal International began her career in 1994 at a paper mill in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, working in process support. She quickly began making her cut in the industry, working at mills in Staten Island, NY and Lawton, Okla.