Tackling waste one cup at a time

Smiling woman with long brown hair that is blowing in a slight breeze, standing in front of a glass window at a downtown coffee shop

Nancy Prévost-Maurice  Master of Arts in Climate Action Leadership student, and Royal Roads Event Coordinator,  is building momentum and making an impact with project aimed at reducing waste. The Nulla Project, which she started with her cousin, provides reusable coffee cups available at a growing number of shops here on the island including here on campus.

“Just getting people to bring their own cup is a great way for coffee shops to save money. We want to create a community of zero-waste cafes that can work together” she said.

Click here to read more about her life changing decision to become a student at Royal Roads.

For more about the success of the Nulla Project click here to read the full article from the Goldstream Gazette.