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Paying with the Nike FuelBand: social value or hidden consumerism?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucas R. Ivorra Peñafort Nov 5, 2014. 1 Reply

Hey to all,I just happened to come across this article today. The topic is that retailer Nike now has put some kind of vending machine in New York City that allows them only to pay with the Nike…Continue

The Sustainability of our education systems

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Hey to all,This morning I got this article mailed to me: …Continue

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Lucas R. Ivorra Peñafort replied to Robin Bauwens's discussion Paying with the Nike FuelBand: social value or hidden consumerism?
"Hi Robin , Thank you for sharing this! I had not heard of this idea. It seems fantastic to me, but I would remark two important points from my point of view: - It would be more " honest " if the initiative would allow one could redeem…"
Nov 5, 2014
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Paying with the Nike FuelBand: social value or hidden consumerism?

Hey to all,I just happened to come across this article today. The topic is that retailer Nike now has put some kind of vending machine in New York City that allows them only to pay with the Nike FuelBand. or those unfamiliar with this system, you exercise wearing the band and get rewarded by a certain amount of points. Nike now allows to exchange these points for Nike-merchandise.…See More
Sep 30, 2014
Robin Bauwens replied to Damian Santamaria's discussion Sustaining Traditional Textiles
"Hi Damian, Indeed, just read this Swedish article about the importance of a strong cultural sector for the full development of sustainability. Thanks for the…"
Aug 19, 2014
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Aug 14, 2014
Robin Bauwens replied to Damian Santamaria's discussion Sustaining Traditional Textiles
"Hey Damian, Thanks for your contribution. Must admit it is the first time I hear that Sustainability can have four pillars, instead of three. So I definitely learned something today. It seems to me that in the quest for sustainable lifestyles and…"
Aug 13, 2014
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The other side of what people eat over a week

In this photo series, titled "Seven Days of Garbage", the artist Gregg Segal has captured several people lying amid the trash they accumulated in only one week. It gives a 'nice' visual of what is otherwise quickly  hidden from sight in our bins. A sneak-peak of the gallery can be found below:http://www.phmuseum.com/greggsegal/series/7-days-of-garbageThough it might be easy to judge - something Segal stresses is not his…See More
Aug 12, 2014
Robin Bauwens replied to Johanna Mejia's discussion Does sustainability need to be refreshed?
"Hey Johanna, Interesting article. In an ideal world, sustainability shouldn't be an issue at all, but a natural reflex. I think what you stress is the fact that the sustainability narrative has yet to be/is on its way to reaching maturity. In…"
Aug 11, 2014
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Aug 6, 2014
Robin Bauwens liked GNSL Team's event Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems - The economy of the future
Aug 6, 2014

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What is your main area of expertise?
CSR,Consumption and disclosure
What is your main interest in lifestyles?
Lifestyles is the bottom-up of changing the world, while also being pragmatic at the same time.
What are you seeking in the GNSL?
Networking, Tool sharing, Meet partners, Know about events, Other
How do you envision your lifestyle in 2030?
More sustainable without having the feeling that I have to give things up.

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The other side of what people eat over a week

Posted on August 12, 2014 at 2:42pm 0 Comments

In this photo series, titled "Seven Days of Garbage", the artist Gregg Segal has captured several people lying amid the trash they accumulated in only one week. It gives a 'nice' visual of what is otherwise quickly  hidden from sight in our bins. A sneak-peak of the gallery can be found below:

http://www.phmuseum.com/greggsegal/series/7-days-of-garbage

Though it might be easy to judge - something…

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