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Obsolete obsolescence

In 2019, humanity had produced 56,3 million e-wastes. Obsolescence leads us to a constant need for change and
throwing. Through various research methods, I dived into this throwing economy, looking for alternatives.

The research was made accessible through a video collection. Available on:

The outcome is a protocol addressed to the UNO.
According to the research, it can lead to a new kind of economy, not based on throwing.

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Diagram Obsolescence
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