Zero Waste Week: a rubbish pledge?

Zero Waste Week: a rubbish pledge?
As national Zero Waste Week gets underway, how worthwhile are initiatives like this in terms of influencing behaviour change when it comes to crunching down on our waste?
It's a good starting point
It's only for seven days - what then?
It won't achieve lasting change

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