Right to Repair: What’s happening in the EU?

Right to Repair: What’s happening in the EU?

Recently the European parliament announced plans to make the durability, sustainability, and reparability of products a bigger priority as part of the drive towards a more circular economy. Whilst the planned legislation seems to be taking longer than planned, its arrival would mean the biggest step yet towards tackling these issues and a huge win for the right to repair movement. But what will it look like in reality, and what are the issues at play? 

February 03, 2023
How do you make a buy-for-life toaster?

How do you make a buy-for-life toaster?

We look into British engineering legends Dualit, who are bucking the trend of throwaway appliances.
July 24, 2020
What is planned obsolescence, and what can you do about it?

What is planned obsolescence, and what can you do about it?

We’re leading a movement against planned obsolescence. By carrying out thorough, independent research into product longevity, we want to facilitate smart shopping choices for the long term.
May 12, 2020