Welcome to the Lasting project seminar where we will present findings from 3 years of research on product lifespans and sustainability. The project led by… Read More »Invitation to Lasting seminar: Lost in the masses: is product longevity the solution?
New article analyses the environmental impacts of clothing flows in Norway and shows the saving potentials of increased reuse and sharing.
Author: Tone Skårdal Tobiasson Holding on or letting go? Why don’t consumers complain more? Why do we hang on to stuff that is flawed? And… Read More »A full PLATE: LASTING’s 4-course menu on longevity
We have published a new article entitled “Consumer behavior in the circular economy: Developing a product-centric framework” in the Journal of Cleaner Production. The operationalization… Read More »New article about consumer behavior in the circular economy
Kate Fletcher and Anna Fitzpatrick have produced eight short films from the Decentring Durability interviews. The films are snapshots exploring perspectives, ideas and practices of… Read More »Short films featuring perspectives, ideas and practices of clothing durability
Decentering durability is a new LASTING report by Kate Fletcher and Anna Fitzpatrick that introduces 14 features of clothing durability from outside the Euro-American contexts.
Would you like to contribute to our understanding of how furniture is bought and used? The research project LASTING is looking for participants for a… Read More »Contribute to our research by filling out this furniture survey!
Sustainable consumption should not be reduced to reuse and recycling, according to SIFO researchers. Imagine that your phone is getting progressively slower. Rather than you… Read More »Lasting report shows that the most effective environmental measure is rarely ever used
New article shows how much the best practice garment use and care can reduce the environmental impacts
Article published in the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment demonstrates that increasing the lifespan of a garment by wearing it longer had the largest… Read More »New article shows how much the best practice garment use and care can reduce the environmental impacts