Playing for keeps: Is designing emotional durability the key to a circular economy?

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Playing for keeps: Is designing emotional durability the key to a circular economy?

We have too much stuff, and too much consumer detachment. But getting people to see material products as long-term is hard

This article is drawn from the Circular Weekly newsletter from GreenBiz, running Fridays. We all have a favorite thing that stands the test of time. For me, it's the perfectly cozy flannel shirt that...

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