Circular Economy

Seismic thrift: welcome to the shopping centre for recycled goods

Repair and re-sell ... Sweden has opened a shopping centre dedicated to second-hand goods Image: REUTERS/Fredrik Sandberg

John McKenna

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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