A Maori woman's journey to zero waste

Miriama Kamo is a Maori woman from New Zealand, who has embarked on a very public journey towards zero waste.

    Many people around the world are already trying to do things differently to reduce their impact on the planet - even when others around them are not.

    Miriama Kamo is a Maori woman from New Zealand, who this year embarked on what became a very public journey towards zero waste.

    She talks to Al Jazeera about her mission.


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