In May 2019 Trevor Evans MP was sworn in as Australia's first Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environment Management. With qualifications in Economics and Law, a business career in retail and expertise in regulation and policy management, the Garbologist unbundles the role of the Minister and direction of policy change.
This podcast introduces to its listeners the role of Assistant Minister and gives an insight to the reform process by the Australian government into waste policy and the process of rebuilding the Australian remanufacturing capability of secondary resources.
A conversation with Australia's first Minister of Waste Reduction
In May 2019 Trevor Evans MP was sworn in as Australia's first Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environment Management. With qualifications in both economics and law, a business background in the retail sector and regulation and policy reform, Minister Evans now leads Australia's foray into waste and recycling policy reforms.
The Garbologist and Minister Evans in this podcast discuss what the reform process is all about and how as the responsible minister for this area, the Australian government is steering the policy reforms.