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  • Wear Me 30 Times app gamifies sustainable consumption
  • Wear Me 30 Times app gamifies sustainable consumption
    Ketut Subiyanto (2020) ©
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Wear Me 30 Times app gamifies sustainable consumption

Many young people are eager to adopt sustainable habits, but it’s easier said than done, especially when it comes to fashion. An app is hoping to close that intention-action gap by rewarding people for rewearing pieces of clothing, bringing an element of gamification to sustainable wardrobes.

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