“WASTE NOT is an incredibly important film. It makes the invisible visible.”
“WASTE NOT is not a romance or a thriller, but this film has a powerful message!”
“It’s the first environment film I’ve seen that didn’t send me running into the street screaming – we are all going to die!”
Waste Not is a powerful tool for education about waste and initiating a discussion about the circulation of stuff. The learning experience can be supported by our curriculum matched study guides and short movie clips that support the study guide activities.
We are excited to announce the forthcoming sequel to TEC’s acclaimed and multi-award winning Waste Not documentary film – Waste Not – Mash It Up! The sequel builds on the original film’s investigation of how our societies will transition to a greener fairer world by including inspirational interviews with scientists, chefs, gardeners, recyclers and environmentalists. The […]
Australia’s first rescued-food supermarket has opened in Sydney, The Guardian reported last week, providing donated or surplus produce to customers on a pay-what-they-can basis, in an effort to reduce the estimated $8bn to $10bn of food discarded each year. The OzHarvest Market provides food, from blemished apples to frozen sausage rolls, as well as other […]
The compost revolution has been rolled out by local governments couple of years ago, educating us about the importance of composting our food scraps and reusing our own compost in our garden. For those who do not want a composter or do not have a garden, worm farms kept on balconies are great alternative. But what […]