"I don’t want to cause increase in the world’s waste load but rather reduce it with my choise of using recycled materials. For the brand, waste is a treasure!"
Four generations of experience in the footwear sector: Nicola Masolini (RE-BORN; IT)
RE-BORN is a family-run company.
Inspiring us to become better: HEEL Athens Lab (GR)
“The most important and powerful act, we believe, is our everyday choices. We try to live by our expectations every day trying to become better and we hope that this will inspire others to try it as well.”
Promoting reducing, reusing and recycling: Annika Hentrich (BicicloLab; DE/IT)
“Every item we buy has a past and a future, and therefore an impact on people and nature. We should inform ourselves about its origin and have an awareness of what happens to this product when we get rid of it.”
Discussion on minimalism, and so much more (in Estonian)
Discussion with Farištamo Eller who has a podcast Keskonnaraadio — Keskkonnahoid on äge! (Let’s have fun saving the planet).
Talk “Why minimalism” — come and say “Hello”!
Welcome to say “Hello”, and ask questions about minimalism!
Welcome to ask questions about minimalism!
The Human Library will return on 2 February 2019 (Tallinn, Estonia)!
Going a zero or less waste lifestyle: Paula (Vadelmacreations; FR/FI)
“We have to take some time to focus on how we are consuming.”
Found a treasure – a bag made by Alchemy Goods (US)
“Alchemy Goods is an eco-friendly, B-Corp certified bag and accessory brand with headquarters in Boulder, CO and manufacturing in Seattle, WA. Our bags and accessories are made by using a process called upcycling.”
Being a loud advocate for green values: Outi Pyy (FI)
“I am not just an activist, I am also a teacher. I teach about economic and environmental responsibilities and ways to better your everyday life. I see that there are many good people in the world (and Finland) who want to do good, but they lack the knowledge to do it. So I help them out with my lectures, talks and my blog. If I get them to understand the effects of their actions and that they have a choice, I have done my job. Most of this work, by the way, is something I do on voluntary basis. I do it out of responsibility.”