One Zero Waste Step at a Time | GAIA
The seed was first planted in a rural village in New Zealand, where Slowood founders Dora Lam and Kai Chen had stayed during a trip there. In that small village, they experienced firsthand how to live with nature harmoniously and to practice sustainable living—a concept which had initially astonished them.
“New Zealand’s supermarkets sell vast amounts of organic and package-free goods, which fascinated Dora and Kai,” said Peggy Liu of Slowood’s Marketing Team.
But it was in Hong Kong that the seed grew, eventually becoming a full-blown Zero Waste advocacy.