Evelina is a sustainable business development consultant, communicator and podcaster, working with zero waste, circular economy, interculturality and anti-racism. She is co-creator of the Love Zero Waste podcast, the Zero Waste Business Model Canvas and MethodKit for Sustainable Organisations. In addition to this, Evelina is also a Serial co-founder, co-creator and award-winning social entrepreneur with an MBA in Business Ethics and CSR. She has 20+ years of professional experience in sustainable development, working with clients in Sweden, Austria, USA, Australia and beyond. Let's connect and create change together!
Certified Zero Waste Ambassador
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Certified Zero Waste Trainer
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Zero Waste Mentor
Are you already or will be a mentor to municipalities for the Zero Waste Cities Certification, hosted by MiZA?
Zero Waste Auditor
Are you already or will be an auditor to municipalities for the Zero Waste Cities Certification, hosted by MiZA?
Municipalities/Territories worked with before:
Fields of Expertise
Reuse & repair initiatives
Prevention of food waste / knowledge of food systems
Single-use plastics prevention
Extended Producer Responsibility schemes
The recycling process for key waste streams (paper, plastics, metals)
Organics management and composting
Separate collection of recyclables and residual waste
Economic incentives for waste reduction (e.g. PAYT)
Engaging the community in zero waste initiatives
Residual waste disposal methods
Key waste & circular economy related EU legislation
Fields of Expertise
Delivering / facilitating short-term workshops (1h-1 day)
Delivering / facilitating long workshops (+1 day)
Public speaking / oral communications
Advocacy & lobbying
Consulting municipalities and/or businesses
Project-based monitoring & evaluation
Other relevant qualifications / certifications?
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