Tag: Second hand

Victor Théorêt

Victor is coming from Canada and he's studying Leadership for change MDP. He choose the following challenges: - Unlocking Tampere’s treasures - Mapping Tampere’s treasures Short posts: - Emotional recycling and plant-based packaging Contact: victor.theoret@tuni.fi

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Resources for recycling

Authors: Amanda Pokki and Song Tran. The recycling options outside the university campus. Have you ever been wondering why we should recycle? What are benefits of recycling? Why is recycling important? There is plenty of sources of information you can find everywhere, on the internet, in newspapers and so on. Most of them are talking about (...)

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Exchange students: recycle your stuff!
A sustainability challenge for ESN FINT

This work is the big challenge taken by Tatjana Blum with two other students from ESN FINT, a local section of the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) at the city centre campus of Tampere University. It started from an exchange student’s perspective… If you enter an exchange student building in Tampere on a day in mid-May or in December just before (...)

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Song Tran

Song comes from Vietnam and she's a student in International business. She worked on A new slow fashion revolution - reusable and she joined the team of Eko Tuni - the Sustainable Student Handbook. She participates actively to the Club by joining the events and promoting on social media's. Contact: (...)

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A new slow fashion revolution - reusable

“Every time you spend money, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want.” – Anne Lappe I am not a shopping addict. Please call me a fashion passio I am a Bachelor’s degree student in International Business in Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK). Also, I am a content creator on my Youtube channel, sunnybite. The main contents on (...)

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Recycling rooms on campus

Authors: Amanda Pokki and Song Tran. Some things might be old to you, but they are new and helpful to others. Recycling is one of the first steps, though certainly not one of the last, that everyone can take to live a more sustainable life. Recycling should not be a term referring to a complicated and time-consuming process, especially when it (...)

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Unlocking Tampere’s treasures

You’ve started your sustainability journey in Tampere or perhaps you would like to start it, but you’re left pondering: “where is the best place in town that sell second-hand sports equipment?” or “where can I repair my coffee table?”. Visiting a multitude of stores in a city like Tampere to finally find second-hand boots THAT ACTUALLY FIT YOU can (...)

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Mapping Tampere’s treasures

Browse the map Direct link to share: https://map.sustainabletampere.fi/ The results After hours and hours of self-learning JavaScript language, coding madness and research on forums, a new online tool is soon available to the inhabitants of the Pirkanmaa region: a map to Tampere’s treasures! The objective was to create an interactive map with (...)

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