直して使う文化は戻ってくるのか: 修理・修繕の復興に向けての試行錯誤

Translated title of the contribution: Would the culture of repair and use return?: Exploring the way to revitalise reuse

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Abstract

Similarly to many OECD countries, repair has been replaced by purchasing of alternatives which has accrelated production and accompanying environmental impacts. With the re-recognition of the necessity of closure of material loops repair has been receiving renewed policy attention, both at the EU and Swedish level. There are also initiatives such as repair cafe that seek to equip citizens with tools and means to repair their own products, and mindset of some industry actors also started to change. Despite all these development, a recent study shows that the perceptions of citizens on self repair are still negative. The author contemplates on possible reasons.
Translated title of the contributionWould the culture of repair and use return?: Exploring the way to revitalise reuse
Original languageJapanese
Pages10-11
Number of pages2
VolumeJanuary 2022
No.374
Specialist publicationGlobal Net
PublisherGlobal Environmental Forum
Publication statusPublished - 2022 Jan

Bibliographical note

Part of a bi-monthly series "In search of the development of sustainable society - what I contemplate in Sweden"

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Economics and Business

Keywords

  • Repair
  • policy measures
  • citizen's movement
  • repair cafe
  • industry
  • citizen's perception

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