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Sustainability Matters: War on Waste takes out the Gold Banksia award

By Lauren Davis
Friday, 03 November, 2017

The 2017 Banksia Sustainability Awards were presented in Sydney on Wednesday night, celebrating some of the most innovative, effective and outstanding contributions to improving Australia’s sustainability. And in what is probably no surprise, the overall winner on the night was a program that has popularised a term now widely used across the sector.

The ABC’s three-part series War on Waste, produced by KEO Films Australia, won the Gold Banksia Sustainability Award — making it the ‘best of the best’ of all Banksia Sustainability award winners this year — for its provocative, controversial look at how much waste we produce as a nation. The program reached a massive 2.6 million people, which is comparable to finals night at the football.

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 – this article waoriginally published on the Sustainability Matters website, 3 November 2017

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