The Product Lifespan in a Circular Economy

Regenerative Design

 A woman recycles all of her cardboard. The lifespan of a product is often driven by short-term business choices, not by production abilities. From a business standpoint, it may make sense to design products that are cheap and replaceable, but this approach hinders the development of a sustainable future. How do we fix this problem? Read more about the impact that circular economy principles can have on product production.


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