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S3E1: The Rise of the Sharing Economy

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S3E1: The Rise of the Sharing Economy

The sharing economy is a movement that is gaining more and more momentum both here in the U.S. and around the world. In this episode we dig into what the environmental, social and economic benefits are of sharing compared to the current way of meeting our needs through consumption.

Featured voices are Andy Ruben, co-founder of yerdleNeal Gorenflo, founder of Shareable and Stanford students Katie Brigham (from the Stanford Free Store), Maayan Dembo and Adam Pearson. Hosted by Erik Olesund and Diane Wu.

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4 thoughts on “S3E1: The Rise of the Sharing Economy

  1. especially encouraging to hear young people interested in this concept. makes so much sense for everyone to not have to own so much.

  2. Thanks Diane! It’s exciting to see that sharing is gaining momentum from a lot of different angles. Glad to have a new listener 🙂

  3. Pingback: Coming Up in S3E4: Overfished or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Cocaine Cowboy Fisheries and Love Catch Shares | Green Grid Radio

  4. This was very inspiring!! Thank you!!

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