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Self-described ‘accidental environmentalist’ Anita Vandyke had it all – a rocket scientist qualification, a well-paying corporate job as a manager in a large engineering firm, and the latest designer bags. But she wasn’t happy until she gave up her lucrative career to follow two movements that changed her life – minimalism and zero waste living. Billing herself as ‘the everyday activist’, Vandyke believes we are all everyday activists because we can all make changes in our everyday lives to make our planet a better place. What’s refreshing about Vandyke is her accessible and practical approach to achieving a zero waste life – start by dipping your toe in without being hoity-toity about being green.

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