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!
Aaron GreenAaron is a writer and lifestyle blogger at The Busy Papa. He hopes to encourage healthy relationships with green living through word and action combined. First and foremost Aaron believes it is important to talk honestly and realistically about zero waste living. Aaron's site
Amy FrenchAmy is a zero waste blogger at The Good Life with Amy French. Passionate about reducing plastic, trash AND recycling. She loves sharing green cleaning and beauty recipes, simple ways anyone can live greener and her attempts at an edible garden while going zero waste with her family in Australia. Amy's site.
A recycling manager for the London Borough of Hackney delivering circular economy services and personally practicing a zero waste lifestyle with his husband. In 2019 they took on the #1bin1year challenge, and were featured in The Guardian. Ander has spent the last two decades bringing about behaviour change at a local level, and he’d like to see a refill and packaging free shop in every street.Ander's site
Ann Storr is a food waste writer, based in London and Kent. After being skint and learning that cheesey cream makes amazing quiche filling, most fruits make amazing crumble and twenty ways with breadcrumbs, Ann turned her knowledge into StorrCupboard. She runs classes and workshops to make sure there’s never a leftover, leftover. Ann's site
Anna PittAuthor of Leftover Pie: 101 Ways to reduce your food waste and 101 Ways to Live Cleaner and Greener for Free Anna is Rachelle's "Partner in Grime" delivering the official Zero Waste Week talks and workshops. Anna's posts
Ben DolleyBen is interested in reducing his own household waste as well as the excessive use of packaging and single use plastic. As a keen, but fairly average, allotment holder he is also keen in getting fellow gardeners to go plastic free. Ben's Twitter Feed
Brenda CubyTGF showcases the best green, organic, natural products to help you make the right choices for you and your family. Brenda and her team offer courses and 1-2-1 support in helping you make further eco choices which are easy to implement and allows you and your family to show your support for the environment. Brenda's site
Claire CarterClaire is passionate about helping people tackle food waste, food poverty and climate change with her no nonsense, seasonal family recipes. This year, she and her family have been on a journey towards zero waste and are enjoying embracing a simpler life. Claire's site
Dhiran ChauhanChartered resource and waste manager with over ten years working with local authorities. Experienced in Waste Collection Operations, Environmental Awareness and Business Development. A pragmatic professional with a masters in Environmental Science from University of Leicester. Promotes realistic solutions in eliminating and reducing waste and carbon emissions. Dhiran's LinkedIn
Dr Marcus Gover
Marcus Gover has worked in the environment sector for over 25 years and has been Chief Executive Officer of WRAP since 2016. WRAP is an independent charity working with governments, businesses and citizens to improve the way natural resources are used and specialising in the sustainability of food, plastics and clothing. Marcus' Twitter feed
Emily GossEmily Goss is a writer, artist and event organiser. She shares sustainability, ecocrafting and frugal living tips on Groweatgift.com, runs monthly Upcycle Your Life events and has written for titles ranging from The Lancet to Diva. Her latest book is Go Wild: Over 200 Ways to Connect With Nature. Emily's site
Frankie JacklinFrankie has one Daughter and is Grandma to three Grandsons. Recently retired from a long career in Finance she started blogging about family life, travel and “Ways to live a little Greener”, with blogs on topics like Natural Cleaning tips and How to Reduce Plastic Waste. Frankie's site
Helen McGonigalHelen is a mum of three from County Durham, Writer and Early Years Teaching Assistant. She blogs about parenting, cooking, the environment and children's literature at Spot of Earth. Helen's family have been on a journey towards zero waste since discovering and participating in Zero Waste Week in 2015. Helen's site
Jen GaleJen is an ordinary, knackered mum of two whose life changed when she persuaded the family to spend a year buying nothing new. Jen writes and podcasts about all things Sustainable(ish) and is the author of The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide. Jen's site
John AdamsJohn Adams is a stay at home dad with two daughters, Helen aged 11 and Izzy aged 8. John writes influential fatherhood and parenting blog Dadbloguk.com. A country boy at heart, John is passionate about the environment and goes out his way to teach his children how to live an environmentally friendly lifestyle. John's site
Katie DesboroughKatie is a family lifestyle blogger at Living Life Our Way. She places a strong emphasis on green living, inspired by her 12 year old daughter, who is a born eco-warrior! They are on an ongoing journey to reduce their waste, one step at a time. Katie's site
Laura Tweedale is a freelance writer based in Cheshire, England. After suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum whilst expecting her son, Laura was left with a hypersensitivity to synthetic fragrances that revolutionised how her family live. She now writes regularly about the joy found in sustainable living. Her first book will be published in October 2020.