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Re-thinking Progress: The Circular Economy

Re-thinking Progress: The Circular Economy | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
There's a world of opportunity to re-think and re-design the way we make stuff.  'Re-Thinking Progress' explores how through a change in perspective we can re-design the way our economy works - designing products that can be 'made to be made again'...
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What a Waste! ~ Quel gaspillage! - Lent ~ A Time for Testing Le ...

What a Waste! ~ Quel gaspillage! - Lent ~ A Time for Testing Le ... | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
Quel gaspillage! Jeremiah 13:1 - 11 · Jérémie 13:1-11. What a ridiculous thing to do! . . . A beautiful, new, item of clothing ~ only worn once, then stuffed into an unseen corner. ~ a cupboard, or in Jeremiah's case, a crevice in ...
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"Bon pour la casse", de Serge Latouche

"Bon pour la casse", de Serge Latouche | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
L'obsolescence programmée, un phénomène né dans l'entre-deux-guerres aux Etats-Unis, est devenu depuis planétaire. Comment substituer à l'obsolescence systématique la durabilité, la réparabilité, le recyclage, interroge Serge Latouche.
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The circular economy: from consumer to user

With the price of resources and energy becoming increasingly volatile, can today's linear economy work in the long term? What if we didn't buy the goods we u...
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«Cradle to cradle», les mille et une vies des objets

«Cradle to cradle», les mille et une vies des objets | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
Le C2C, «berceau au berceau» en français, permet de recycler à l’infini les produits.
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Consumer Society Is Made To Break | Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters

Consumer Society Is Made To Break | Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
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In 1932, Bernard London wrote, “Ending the Depression Through Planned Obsolescence”, in which he blamed the Great Depression on consumers who use "their old cars, their old radios and their old clothing much longer than statisticians had expected”.
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Prêt à jeter ou l'obsolescence programmée - Arte - 2011

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Quand la panne est programmée par le fabricant

Quand la panne est programmée par le fabricant | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
Quand la panne est programmée par le fabricant
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La Sur Consommation « Here There and Everywhere

La Sur Consommation « Here There and Everywhere | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
Home · About Intlxpatr. La Sur Consommation. Thank you, Hayfa, for sending this truly horrifying video about our food, and where it comes from . . . http:// · La surconsommation from Lasurconsommation on Vimeo.
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Made to Break Intervie E-Waste and Obsolescence - GILES SLADE

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The high cost of our throwaway culture

The high cost of our throwaway culture | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
In the second of a two-part series, Gaia Vince explains how consumerism is draining the planet of its resources, and why it is time to act more responsibly.
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Governments Promote Planned Obsolescence, Too

Governments Promote Planned Obsolescence, Too | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
When we think of planned obsolescence, we usually think of corporations using savvy marketing techniques to get us to buy the latest gizmo or gadget. But we often don't consider the role that governments can play in ...
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Vision | Make It Up

Vision | Make It Up | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
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Par la création d’objets connectés, utiles et durables, initier le passage de l’obsolescence programmée à l’obsolescence reprogrammée…

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Is unlimited growth a thing of the past? - FT.com

Is unlimited growth a thing of the past? - FT.com | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
Might growth be ending? This is a heretical question. Yet an expert on productivity, Robert Gordon of Northwestern university, has raised it in a provocative paper. In this, he challenges the conventional view of economists that “economic growth ...
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Martin Wolf is chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, London. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 2000 “for services to financial journalism”.

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econoclaste - Le blog d'econoclaste

econoclaste - Le blog d'econoclaste | Obsolescence programmée (désuétude planifiée) | Scoop.it
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Emission de radio sur France culture : L'iPod de nos grands-mères était-il vraiment plus solide ?

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