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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 17:00

D-Waste as a Global Point of Reference

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IFC , Al Gore, NBC News, The Guardian and National Geographic Brasil.

 What do they have in common ?

Check our latest references on global press and bibliography..

January 2014: IFC's journal "HANDSHAKE" (International Finance Bank)


IFC’s (International Finance Bank) quarterly journal, "HANDSHAKE" had a special tribute to Waste Atlas .

An article written by Antonis Mavropoulos, Founder & CEO of D-Waste, published in Innovation Chapter with the title "Crowdsourcing for Waste Management" introducing the importance of Waste Atlas to the Global Waste Community.

With the contribution of more than 1,000 scientists, the support of major organizations in the field of Waste Management and the analysis of more than 60,000 documents, Atlas is an essential tool for comparison and benchmarking purposes, measuring the impact of waste.  Click here for more

 January 2014: National Geographic in Brasil


Last month National Geographic Brazil released its special edition about waste management in Brazil. The special release presented basic facts about the waste collection and treatment practices applied in Brazil but special emphasis was put on the fast increasing waste generation per capita rates of big urban centers of Brazil, like São Paulo, a rate that is double compared to other rates of emerging countries as India.

According to Antonis Mavropoulos, CEO of D-Waste and STC Chair of ISWA, “what should interest Brazil is how consumer trends will evolve in the future, since waste generation increases at the same rate with the purchasing power of the population”. You can download the special release by clicking here

December 2013: Al Gore - The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change.


The former vice president and #1 New York Times bestselling author delivers a frank and clear-eyed assessment of six critical drivers of global change in the decades to come. 

Into his new book "The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change", Mr. Gore is referring to the increase in municipal solid waste in developing countries based on Mr. Antonis Mavropoulos' scientific paper on Waste Management World "Waste Management 2030+".  Click here for more

 

 

 

November 2013: The Guardian


The Guardian, the world's third most read newspaper website, with 30.4 million readers in June 2012, recently pointed in Edith's Iriruaga study on "Solid Waste Management in Nigeria" which is published by D-Waste and it's available in "IDEAS" section. 

Due to this study, Lagos alone produces 9,000 tonnes of waste per day, the same amount as Hong Kong. If the country does succeed in its goal of becoming one of the 20 largest global economies by 2020, then it will need to make significant reforms to the SWM process.
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 October 2013: NBC News - nbcnews.com


NBC News and the reporter Mr John Roach , published an article on "Humans on course to triple daily waste by 2100".

In this article, the Chair of the technical and scientific committee of ISWA, Mr. Antonis Mavropoulos has mentioned the "Waste Crisis" , in particular he said " According to ISWA's assessment, more than 50 percent of the Earth's population does not have access to the most elementary waste management service ... protecting at least human health from waste-related pathogens,".

He continued by saying that "Campaigns focused on food waste prevention, could help prevent the "expected rapid increase in waste generation."  Click here for more

 

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