People buy things and then throw it away as soon as it’s not in 100% condition. It wasn’t always like this. When the goods were scarce, people used to repair it up to the moment it became impossible. I write about the reasons why I repair my stuff and why it is important for life in general.
On Thursday, 2nd September, I went to see a new sustainability-friendly backpack called Re-Kanken, manufactured by Fjällräven. The event was organized by Freshlabels, who also sells this backpack. I’d guess that you’re already familiar with this legendary backpack (and if not, visit www.swedishbackpack.com). But what […]