Tara McKenna created The Zero Waste Collective blog and lifestyle website to inspire people worldwide to live more sustainably with less waste and more joy!
On The Zero Waste Collective you'll find:
Information and Inspiration on low waste & sustainable living
Tips on minimalism and how to live with and consume less
Sustainable brands & products
About The Zero Waste Collective
Meet Tara McKenna
Hi there, and welcome! I'm Tara, founder of The Zero Waste Collective and author of Don't Be Trashy: A Practical Guide to Living with Less Waste and More Joy.
Based in Canada, I started my low-waste journey early in 2017. I've always been environmentally conscious, but travelling has been the biggest eye-opener to our global trash problem.
From snorkelling with trash in Bali, Indonesia, to picking up litter on trails in Southern Ontario, Canada, it has become obvious to me that waste is a worldwide issue.
The solution as I see it? Reduce our waste and be mindful consumers with a progress over perfection mindset. Together, we can make a difference by consuming less and creating less trash. Our world depends on it!
New to zero waste? Start with Zero Waste 101!
CBC News Earth Day Special
Speaking & Media
Speaking events: McCain, Aviva, Loop, Green Living Show, Industrious, Guelph Zero Waste Festival, IG Wealth Group, Autumn Communications, Youth Environmental Network of York Region, Canadian Public Accountability Board, and more!
Featured in: Simplify Magazine, Globe and Mail, USA TODAY, mindbodygreen, CBC News (Interview with Michael Serapio - below), CBC Radio, iHeart Radio, Guelph Mercury Tribune (Top 20 Under 40), Breakfast Television, Global News - The Morning Show, CP24, CHCH, CTV - The Social, Guelph Today, BaYou With Love, Home in Canada, FASHION Magazine, thredUP, Innovating Canada, CNN, The Papaya Podcast, This Family Tree Podcast, The Stacking Benjamins Podcast, TELUS Talks, and more!
Tara McKenna lives and works in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Guelph is situated on treaty land that is rich indigenous history and home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. Tara acknowledges the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation of the Anishinaabek Peoples on whose traditional territory Tara lives and works.