Understanding sustainable consumption of children’s products

‘Collaborative consumption practices related to children: a systematisation of the different approaches’ was the topic of my master’s dissertation in Sustainable Design at Kingston University. The thesis investigates the opportunities for collaborative economic practices in children’s product consumption within the UK context. It aimed to identify, compare and classify collaborative consumption practices related to children’s products and, with the knowledge gathered, to map business and organisational practices. The toolkit articulates some opportunities and challenges useful for business decision-making. It is meant to be used by organisations to make decisions regarding their service offer with sustainability and families in mind.

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