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Promote Responsible Consumption As A Right, Not A Privilege

Aldo Puicon

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Ever notice how expensive it is to eat healthy, buy fair-trade, or even to purchase and use innovations that makes our lives better?

I'm interested in discovering and/or designing new strategies that enable responsible consumption to be a right and not a privilege; to make consumption affordable, sustainable and inclusive.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    What types of strategies do you think are working? Marketplaces like GOOD Eggs or Tomato Sherpa bring food straight from the farm to people locally, which can be expensive, but can also eliminate some costs. Also, community gardens/square foot gardens at home can help. I think eliminating waste would help make things less expensive. The more we use under utilized spaces or resources, the better.