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Wasteful consumption in Australia

  title={Wasteful consumption in Australia},
  author={Clive Hamilton and Richard Denniss and David Baker},
If government programs aimed at reducing waste are to achieve their stated goal then they cannot continue to avoid the nexus between growing waste generation and rising consumption expenditure, argue Clive Hamilton, Richard Denniss and David Baker. Although highlighting the need to reduce and reuse will be more contentious than exhortations to recycle, such a shift in strategy is unavoidable if targets for reduced waste are to be met. A summary of this report is available online. 
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