Renewable Matter # 09 / March-April

Remaking Will Change the Economy of Tomorrow

by Guido Viale

Focus on Remanufacturing


How our relationship with second-hand goods has changed over the years thanks to the influence of innovation, advertising and fashion. It is necessary to recover the culture of reuse bestowing on it cultural and ethical legitimacy and by developing suitable technological infrastructure. 


The Culture of Second-Hand Goods

The culture of second-hand goods means sharing what we have now with those who owned it before and with those who will own it after us: both in space and time. And this takes place because, whether the change of hands happens through one or more sales, whether it happens through the most diverse forms of donation or inheritance or...

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