Keroles Riad

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Keroles B. Riad is a PhD candidate and Public Scholar at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. A recipient of the Quebec Lieutenant Governor Youth Medal. He leads the “Waste Not, Want Not” compost initiative at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Since the beginning of “Waste Not, Want Not” in 2016, the Concordia community doubled its annual composting, and each Concordian reduced their overall waste by the equivalent of two months every year relative to what they used to generate in 2015.

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