Interview: Miriam Meissner on researching minimalism and post-growth

A garbage island more than twice the size of Germany is gently rotating in the North Pacific. Also, there’s a sale. There’s always a sale. The perpetual accumulation of things brings with it some pitfalls: the issue of storage, the economic perils of living beyond one’s means and the colossal environmental problems that might eventually end our civilisation (in that order). Miriam Meissner (FASoS) is researching minimalism and post-growth. A bit of auto-ethnography has borne fruit already: “It takes me less long to pick my clothes in the morning,” she laughs. Read her entire interview here.

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