Ambassadors


Rachelle Strauss Zero Waste Week

Welcome To Zero Waste Week!

Zero Waste Week blog ambassador programme
Zero Waste Week wouldn't be the huge success it is without the support of some incredible people. Our Blog Ambassador programme brings together enthusiastic bloggers who are committed to change. They share ideas, experiences and tips on a variety of topics related to waste including recycling, reuse ideas, repair and the circular economy. Our Blog Ambassadors are active, diverse and influential. They're pioneers and change makers. Each one is committed to making a difference, stimulating debate on the issues we are facing and sharing solutions to some of the problems surrounding waste and resources.  
Meet this year's Amazing Ambassador Bloggers!

  • Anna Pitt Rosie's Eco Blog zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    Author of 101 Ways to Live Cleaner and Greener for Free and The Dustbin Diet waste reduction workshops for schools. Anna’s family put their bin out once a year, mainly to discard broken glasses knocked over by Smarty the Cat.
    Anna's site
  • brenda cuby ambassador for zero waste week
    Date
    February 14, 2016
    TGF showcases the best green, organic, natural products to help you make the right choices for you and your family.
    Brenda's site
  • christine liu zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    May 26, 2016
    Christine is a recent graduate with a background in packaging, and was also an H&M Sustainable Packaging Challenge Fellow with the DO School in Germany. Her long term vision is to open a local packaging free store. For now she's on a journey to live simply and sustainably, encouraging others to do so as well.
    Christine's site
  • Claire Carter zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    Claire is passionate about helping people tackle food waste, food poverty and climate change with her no nonsense, seasonal family recipes. A Mum of 3, she knows life is busy and cooking good food is not the only thing on our to-do lists.
    Claire's site
  • gina caro cold tea and smelly nappies blog zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 24, 2016
    Freelance writer and blogger trying to lead a more sustainable life. My weekly linky, “Thrifty Thursday”, encourages thrifters to share their experiences. I’m a big fan of upcycling old furniture.
    Gina's site
  • helen McGonigal zero waste week amabassador and supporter
    Date
    May 26, 2016
    Helen is a mum of three from County Durham, writer, author of 'Mummy Makes Milk' and literacy workshop consultant. She blogs about parenting, cooking, the environment and children's literature. Zero waste kind of crept up on Helen after discovering and participating in Zero Waste Week two years ago!
    Helen's site
  • jen gale make do and mend blog zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    I spent a year Buying Nothing New in 2012/13. I'm on a mission to get people Making Do and Mending, wasting less and living more!
    Jen's site
  • jenni hill ambasador for zero waste week
    Date
    February 14, 2016
    On a mission to save up for her first house, Jenni blogs about being thrifty, saving money, and reducing waste. She loves rummaging through charity shops, upcycling old furniture and doing what she can to be more sustainable.
    Jenni's site
  • joanne wright simply being mum zero wasete week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    Making a decision to simplify five years ago, Jo aims to lead a more deliberate life with her husband and children. One of the many benefits has been a dramatic reduction in the amount of food purchased and wasted.
    Jo's site
  • joanna mumbalance - zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    June 28, 2016
    Joanna is greening up her family to get closer to sustainable and zero waste lifestyle. Her happiest memories are green memories of mountains and meadows, and she wants the same for her two children. If they love nature they will want to protect it. Part of this seduction plan is slow travel - uneventful, but more fulfilling.
    Joanna's site
  • karen cannard ambassador for zero waste week
    Date
    February 23, 2016
    Creator of The Rubbish Diet, a slimming plan for bins. Gave up tiara-making for rummaging in waste. Talking rubbish since 2008. Loves vintage & upcycled design.
  • polythene pam zero waste week ambassador logo
    Date
    February 14, 2016
    We’re reducing plastic. We often shop at supermarkets, drink alcohol and scoff cake. Giving up is not in our nature. We want to enjoy life without creating piles of non-biodegradable stuff that future generations will have to clean up.
    Kate's site
  • lindsay miles zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    3 years ago, I gave up plastic which led to a zero-waste lifestyle. Besides writing my blog I run sustainable living workshops. In 2013 and 2014 I organised the Less is More Festival. I’m the author of That’s A Wrap: Tips, Tricks and Inspiration for Living Plastic Free.
    Lindsay's site
  • zero waste week ambassador meg roper
    Date
    February 14, 2016
    I’m a freelance project manager and writer fascinated by resource efficiency and circular economy. My blog features experiments in living an environmentally leaner life, including 3-years of wartime clothes rationing that have stretched my reuse & recycle skills.
    Meg's site
  • Nicola Roylance zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    Known on social media as @mehubbyandkids, that’s exactly who I am. Me, hubby and two fantastic kids. We try to do lots of little things to be more sustainable.
    Nicola's site
  • stephanie sparling williams zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    May 26, 2016
    Stephanie is interested in the equitable ways diverse communities might imagine themselves (and participate) in waste-conscious movements, which are often very white and upper/middle class in orientation.
    Stephanie's site
  • tara button
    Date
    February 14, 2016
    Tara is on a mission to change our throw away culture to a "Keep" or "Pass on" culture, by finding the products that REALLY last.
    Tara's site
  • trudi-holden-lazy-girl-goes-green-zero-waste-week-ambassador.jpeg
    Date
    March 4, 2016
    Passionate about living greener – but lacking the time, energy or talents to become an overnight eco warrior – Trudi has set herself a challenge. She’s transforming her idealistic beliefs about a better planet into physical action; finding ways to go green the easy way. Tridi's Blog
  • vicky myers zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 9, 2016
    I’m mum of two children, wife, blogger and public sector employee. Overwhelmed by global warming I love to craft, sew and make; often with recycled materials. I'm on a mission to get creative and have fun without using yet more of earth’s resources.
    Vicky's site
  • westy writes zero waste week ambassador
    Date
    February 23, 2016
    My blog shows how I fit greener living with a hectic life, kids and an increasingly demanding veg box. Currently obsessed with knitting and sewing to create an ethical wardrobe.
    Westy's site

As featured in

  • trashed zero waste week
  • times newspaper zero waste week
  • the telegraph zero waste week
  • the sun my zero waste
  • the guardian zero waste week
  • tesco magazine zero waste week
  • sunday-express-logo
  • resource magazine zero waste week
  • readers digest logo zero waste week
  • National-Geographic-logo zero waste week
  • la repubblica zero waste week
  • Galileo-Logo
  • der-spiegel zero waste week
  • Daily-Mail-UK
  • bbc breakfast logo zero waste week
  • al-jazeera

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