Future of Consumption

Sweden is paying people to fix their belongings instead of throwing them away

Sweden has ambitious targets to reduce emissions. Will tax breaks on repairs to bikes and others goods help? Image: REUTERS/Anders Wiklund/Scanpix

Alexander Starritt

Editor, Apolitical

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