This week is International Compost Week, and composting is something that we can all do to make a difference.
A series of events and information highlighting the need and benefits of composting - Sunday 2nd May - Saturday 8th May 2021
So to talk to us further about food waste and composting, we were delighted to be joined by Hannah Churton. She is the founder of The Worm Monger, an educational platform dedicated to helping people better manage food waste in their own homes.
Centre for Organic Research & Education (CORE)
National Organic Week Australia (NOW)
National Food Waste Strategy
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The Worm Monger
Hannah is a skilled development and foreign policy professional with extensive experience working in government positions and on diplomatic postings for Australia, with a focus on challenging post-conflict environments. She has a sophisticated understanding of how development and foreign policy can be influenced and a demonstrated ability to develop effective strategic policy in settings involving multiple partners and stakeholders. Hannah is a highly effective oral and written communicator, and a meticulous researcher with extensive experience negotiating complex issues. She is a critical and creative thinker, with a solutions-based approach to problem solving. Hannah is an effective leader in uncertain environments and crisis scenarios, having held diplomatic positions in Afghanistan, Solomon Islands and East Timor. Hannah is currently on maternity leave. In 2016, Hannah started a side hustle, ‘The Worm Monger’, an educational resource for schools, businesses and community on responsible organic waste disposal.