I reviewed this book a few weeks ago and really liked it. Now you can watch a video where some of the principles are explained. It seems only practical to use these kind of ideas to help resource use become more manageable.
I went along to two events run by NESTA around the issue of collaborative consumption this week. There wasn’t a dedicated focus on sustainability, but it is clear that collaborative consumption is closely linked to sustainability. Both days were facilitated by Rachel Botsman, who wrote What’s Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption. It was really useful, particularly in allowing me to reflect on some of the behaviour related aspects … Read More