Christmas is just around the corner and it’s time to give presents. This invariably means small heaps of well-intentioned offerings piling up around the house. On desks, windowsills, the kitchen table – festive to look at, but basically useless. I’d like to stress that I’m no Scrooge (despite what that admittedly nihilistic opening might suggest), but rather redemptively environmentally conscious. When I think of that disco light thing I’ve had in its box since last year, or that alarmingly pink pencil case I’ve had at the bottom of my closet since 2017, I see wasted potential.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23184483.ethics-regifting—mia-bailey-bhasvic/?ref=rss The Ethics of Re-gifting – Mia Bailey, BHASVIC