Guests: Jenn Engstrom and Elizabeth Chamberlain
Recycling Pioneer: Warren Snow
Right to Repair is a movement that seeks to empower consumers with the ability to fix products themselves. It stands in opposition to the prevailing ‘design-for-landfill’ zeitgeist that makes repairing your own technology next to impossible. The ZWAC delves into the past, present, and future of this movement in California and illustrates how essential it is to the success of recycling.
The committee interviews Jenn Engstrom, State Director of CALPIRG, and Elizabeth Chamberlain, Director of Sustainability for iFixit to introduce us to fascinating perspectives on the Right to Repair.
The Recycling Archives featured the person most responsible for the first country-wide commitment to Zero Waste, New Zealand’s Warren Snow.
Contact NCRA to learn more about ZWAC and get involved https://ncrarecycles.org/about/contact/