If you really do need something, look to borrow, rent or buy more conscious alternatives.
Buy better quality products less often & refuse anything single-use.
Buy pre-loved products, use them time & time again & then pass them onto someone else.
Choose products that are designed to be fixed & use local businesses to give them new life.
Don’t just default to government recycling schemes, go one step further & find better solutions.
The most exciting creative challenge we face as humans today is how we transform our linear, consumption-oriented economic system into a circular, self-sustaining society.IKEA/Space10
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