We think we are using less paper, but the inkjet printer market is growing at 6% per year and we throw away billions of used cartridges per year and 80% of them are landfilled. In this episode we hear how the Ink Bin is on a mission to change the ink industry to be more sustainable and environmentally conscious.
Otros episodios de "Zero50"
Power to the people – using democracy to act on climate change and biodiversity
29:17This episode meets The Commitment who are using the power of our democracy to deliver on climate change and biodiversity loss. We need politicians on side to change policy for the climate and UK Government directly controls 40% of UK GDP which could be spent wisely.
Kickstarting the reuse sector in the food-to-go sector with CLUBZERO
31:25I love having guests on Zero 50 who want to kill my business by eliminating waste and SafiaQureshi, founder of CLUBZERO is planning on doing just this by replacing billions of items of single-use packaging with better quality and more resilient reusable alternatives.
Making cities greener with ESG property investment
34:24There’s no shortage of money to solve the climate crisis. Property is a case in point because the sector is worth £280 trillion globally. In this episode we hear how Savills Property Investment are using their property portfolio to green cities and make them better places to live and work.
Eliminating food waste with sustainable cookery
37:38EIGHT billion people live on this planet BUT we grow enough food to feed 11 billon, and yet we waste millions of tonnes of edible food a year. In a generation, we have changed how we grow, cook and consume food. We’ve become disconnected from what we eat and where it comes from. To understand this and how we can change we meet Cookery School and learn how to cook sustainably.
How to save our planet. The Facts.
43:22This extra episode of Zero 50 is released for Glasgow’s Cop26 and we are joined by Professor Mark Maslin, who is Professor of Earth System Science at UCL and says “The challenge of the 21st century is that we must learn to think and act as a global species so that we can take care of all individuals, our global species and our planet, that we rely on for everything”.
What is Sustainable Production and Consumption?
41:22How do we move our economy and society towards carbon net-zero? Who does the work? This episode explores how with Sustainability Activator Debbie Hitchen, who leads the Sustainable Production and Consumption team at Anthesis. Learn how organisations focus their sustainability ambitions on deliverable impact. Not just talk.
Sustainable places and the future of town centres
39:44This episode of Zero50 meets the CEO of British BIDs to explore the importance of place in building sustainable futures. Our towns and cities have a huge environmental impact and greening these places will be key to meeting our future carbon goals.
Compostable packaging meets citizen science in the Big Compost Experiment
35:46The use of compostable plastic packaging has exploded in recent years, but do they actually compost at home, or in our current industrial composting infrastructure? In this episode we meet Danielle Purkiss who runs The Big Compost Experiment at UCL and we find out if compostables are a the perfect substitute for plastics or not as simple as they seem.
Future of robotic waste sorting with AI computer vision
32:13Recycleye, the artificial intelligence & robotics recycling company, is on a mission to codify waste identification and use machines to pick pure materials from a mixed waste stream.
Building a circular economy of print with ink refills
26:56We think we are using less paper, but the inkjet printer market is growing at 6% per year and we throw away billions of used cartridges per year and 80% of them are landfilled. In this episode we hear how the Ink Bin is on a mission to change the ink industry to be more sustainable and environmentally conscious.