Mahwe believe that our environment exerts a great influence over us. They believe in creating environments that make life better and they do this by building communities based around personal development.
They bring together like-minded people to to learn, explore, share and support one another.
Anna was approached to speak at two of their groups for a talk and discussion about how we can adopt more helpful habits to reduce our impact on our planet.
Her signature talk – Cars, bras and brassicas – focuses on the importance of reducing food waste and had attendees buying copies of her book “Leftover Pie: 101 ways to reduce food waste” and fired up ready to stop food waste for good!
Svetlina Jeanneret, Co-Founder of Mahwe said “We have invited Anna Pitt to speak at two of our events and we have been very pleased to hear how Anna has inspired our members to implement changes to move toward zero waste. Anna demonstrates that with thoughtful planning and patience we can make gradual changes that make a big different. We also love that she has compiled in her books a myriad tips that are free and simple; making zero waste accessible to most. ”