Jamie D'Souza

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Jamie is Happy Eco News' content manager! She lives in Montreal, Quebec and recently completed a Master of Arts in Geography from the University of Ottawa. With a passion for the environment, polar bears, and the Arctic, she conducted research on the relationship between climate change and polar bear viewing tourism in Churchill, Canada. Her experience working for the Office of Campus Sustainability at the University of Ottawa and helping with their Free Store – a store built on the mission to reduce waste from entering the landfill, has led Jamie towards a career in waste management.

Latest Articles

How AI can solve manufacturing's waste problem

How AI can solve manufacturing’s waste problem

Industrial waste makes up at least 50% of global waste. Much of that waste is the result of poor quality products from manufacturing...

Google Doodle celebrates Earth Day 2021 highlighting the importance of planting trees

The theme for this year's Earth Day is "Restore Our Earth" which focuses on natural processes and emerging green technologies that can restore the...
How fashion can be a key player in a nature-positive economy

How fashion can be a key player in a nature-positive economy

A project in Gucci’s Natural Climate Solutions Portfolio helping to safeguard biodiversity The fashion industry is intrinsically linked to nature through its use...
Recycling in the U.S. Is Failing, But These 7 Cities Are Doing Things Right

Recycling in the U.S. Is Failing, But These 7 Cities Are Doing Things Right

The recycling industry in America is broken. With unsellable scrap materials and already-burgeoning landfills, many consider the entire industry confusing and complex ,...
Pioneering trial plants acres of seagrass meadows to revitalise England’s seabed habitat

Pioneering trial plants acres of seagrass meadows to revitalise England’s seabed habitat

Work on England’s largest seagrass planting effort will draw to a close on Wednesday as the last of thousands of seed bags are...

This Chilean start-up is revolutionizing reusable packaging

The new 'refill revolution' could be very beneficial to the environment. Santiago-based Algramo aims to drive the refill revolution and has worked with global...
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