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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Really interesting interview. I think you'd find this article about ditching the one for one model really interesting: GOOD member Nathan Rothstein, who wrote it, is actually more of a fan of recycling as a sustainable business model. I agree with him that the one for one model can make the product cheap, and therefore not long-lasting- which is why it ends up being wasted more than used.

    • Alex Cequea

      Thanks for sharing Alessandra. I think it's a really good point. I see the One for One model as part of a larger solution, but I agree that it doesn't work in the long term. However, I think it's an important first step that fulfills an immediate need, and I also appreciate the conversations it sparks about solutions.