November's newsletter is out!
We learned about RepairCafes and other community-driven sustainability initiatives and discovered some other interesting things these past months that we'd like to share with you:
We finally again have another event coming up! Next week, on "black friday", Nov. 27th 17.30, we are joined by Jessika from RepairCafe/Lund University and are going to talk about our every-day electronics: their life-cycle, environmental impact and (lack of) repairability. We want to figure out: what can we as consumers do to improve the sustainability of electronic devices?
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Our first newsletter is online!
We have had fun taking part in a Tor workshop organized by TechLearningCollective and started looking deeper into the (broad) subject of "tech & sustainability". Around either subject we would like to organize events in the near future -- let us know if you are interested in taking part!
More on this and some further reading recommendations that we've enjoyed can be found on our website: https://criticaltech.se/posts/newsletter-september20/
Very sad to see and definitely a set back for the motion of repairing and thus sustainable, long-lasting tech devices.
A small business owner from Norway has taken up the battle with Apple and after 3 years lost it… He now needs to cover his own legal cost, plus the ones from Apple (USD 23,000). If you want to support him, he has a crowdfunding campaign (see below)! #righttorepair
Read the full article here:
Crowdfunding campaign to support him: