I envision a future where it is easy to make a conscious consumer choice; one where all consumers understand and care about the ethical and environmental practices behind the goods we purchase. Ideally, we can turn our economy into a circular one where things like second-hand clothing, recycling technology, and fixing what's broken before buying new become the norm. #UnleashValues
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Totally agree! Maybe in the future the government would design a circular system for all productions.
I totally agree! And, I love that you mentioned how fixing things can become the new norm. I think norms seem so set in stone that we forget that if most of us do things differently, then the norm will change with us.
I love your concise and impactful post Nina. It really encapsulates how I think many of us are feeling. And it feels good to know that a lot of people dream of the same future, which might seem ambitious, but we can all accomplish it together if we try!
I like how you emphasized "we." We need to work together to meet these goals. We need to start now!
I agree! We should definitely try to reuse/repair what we already have instead of buying and consuming things so frequently!
I also really hope that in the future policies will make it easier to make conscious choices by forcing companies to be transparent about how their products are made and sourced.
I wish we will all contribute to the norm!
I like your point about having consumers understand and care, as that is likely one of the first steps for people to change their buying habits. Also your idea about having a circular economy is brilliant as so many fixable items currently are thrown out before anyone attempts to repair it.
I agree we should be trying more to fix and repair technology instead of purchases and making more waste.
I liked how you mentioned the importance of making it EASY to make good choices!