Is our waste being disposed of in a responsible way that protects rather than harms the environment? Are we and our governments doing all we can to recycle? How can we stop producing so much waste in the first place?
This edition of Footsteps tackles some of these important questions. It looks at how to set up a simple community waste collection service and features an exciting project that is recycling 90 per cent of household waste.
It also includes advice on advocating with decision-makers about waste, and discusses how to organise a litter clean-up event and make charcoal briquettes from woody waste.