In the media


TV / Video

Oct 2019:  Al Jazeera's The Stream - briefly discussing pros and cons of zero waste (starts at 2:25).

June 2019:  Re:News interview - handy tips on how to live zero waste.

June 2019:  Wife Swap - our family takes part in a reality TV show to spread the word about zero waste living.

Oct 2018:  The AM Show interview - how to make a litterless lunch.

Radio / Podcasts

Nov 2020:  Newstalk ZB interview - Buy Nothing Day, sustainable Christmas and how to reduce waste.

June 2019:  The Rubbish Trip interview - facilitating individual change and harnessing the power of the collective to minimise waste via the broader business and political landscape.

Dec 2018:  Radio NZ interview (Lately with Karyn Hay) - Buy Nothing Christmas (interview starts at 29:15).

May 2018:  Planet FM interview - the zero waste journey so far, from blogging to starting the Zero Waste in NZ! facebook group to launching EarthSavvy.

June 2017:  95bfm:  Green Desk panel discussion - International Plastic Bag Free day and zero waste living.

Aug 2016:  95bfm:  The Wire interview - littering and zero waste.


Nov 2020:  Radio NZ article:  Buy Nothing Day: Company shuts up shop to protest 'Black Friday' sales

May 2020:  Profile in NZ Life & Leisure: Special Edition (Sustainability Through the Seasons):  Inspiring eco-hero Kristy Lorson shares her easy zero waste hacks

May 2018:  EarthSavvy profile in The Spinoff:  The waste-busting business that wants to help you reduce household rubbish

April 2018:  EarthSavvy press release in Scoop Business:  New Zealand waste-busting business launches on Earth Day

Sept 2016:  Village Voice article profiling the Love Your Place Awards:  Celebrating our environment champions (Kristy Lorson wins the Elevation Café Totara Award for action on issues related to climate change)

May 2016:  Western Leader article:  Kristy Lorson hasn’t emptied the bin in 2 months

April 2016:  Western Leader article profiling the Gotcha Bag? plastic bag awareness campaign:  Gotcha Bag? campaign aims to ditch plastic bags