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Turning sustainability, profitable yet social and ecological

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Very often we hear about CO2 in relation to sustainability or to substitute one material with the other. However, often its the interplay or changed behaviour that serves as foundation for sustainable development. Because I have been working in that field now for almost ten years, with a special interest in the social dimension, I look forward to share some of my thoughts here and also to engage in conversation. There is no blueprint to sustainability and that makes it exciting : )


On the ideals on pregnancy and (mother)hood that no longer hold true.

I wrote this blog in the light of the US Supreme Court ruling on overturning abortion rights. I also write this blog, because I had an abortion myself. In that sense I am biased and in the same sense I understand how important access to abortion and particular safe abortion is. Following I have listed […]

Why does underrepresentation prevent success in the circular economy?

Representation means that different people, different groups, different ways of being are being represented. Representation should move away from ideals. Ideals are for instance ideals on behavior, ideals on what people may like and dislike. How people are and aren’t, should and shouldn’t be. They are dangerous because they illustrate lifestyles that do not hold […]

On bias in adoption

Did you know that almost every day people have sex without being asked about their gender, living situation, income and age? Why not? Because it would be discriminating. And so are many standards on adoption. Why does this matter? I found myself wondering, whether I would consider an adoption. I was single and I thought […]

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