March’s edition of revolve magazine includes the following topical and informative articles:

  • KATHMANDU WAGES WAR ON WASTE. Kathmandu’s sustainability lead Ollie Milliner sets out steps they have taken to taken to reduce waste and invites retailers to collaborate on an industry-wide approach.
  • COUNCIL AND INDUSTRY: NO LONGER THEM AND US. Morrison Low senior consultants Alice Grace and Sue Hamilton explain how increased complexity in waste management over 30 years has increased council–industry cooperation.
  • E-WASTE ON THE AGENDA. Signs the new government sees e-waste as a priority gives New Zealand a chance to redeem its poor reputation in this area. eDay NZ Trust chair Laurence Zwimpfer reports.
  • PROGRESS TOWARDS A CIRCULAR ECONOMY. AUT’s Dr Jeff Seadon outlines the significant changes in the last 30 years.
  • MANAGING EMERGING CONTAMINANTS. What can be done to address the effects of contaminants of emerging concern? Environmental chemist Jonathan Caldwell discusses how we should approach it.
  • Plus all the regular features and much more!