Every time someone participates in secondhand trade it is an engagement for our common future
JOINING FORCES FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Schibsted Second Hand Effect 2017
Joining forces for the environment
Every day millions of people buy and sell used items on Schibsted’s marketplaces around the world. Every time someone participates in secondhand trade it is an engagement for our common future. We call it the Second Hand Effect.
How we did it
The calculation of the climate savings from Schibsted’s ten participating marketplaces have been developed in close collaboration with IVL The Swedish Environmental Research Institute.
Together for a better future
There are more ways to reduce carbon emissions than being a part of secondhand trade. Conscious decisions and choices on how we live our everyday life can make an impact.
The love of vintage fashion
Aurore in Paris had an idea to launch a fashion truck where she would sell vintage clothes. Through Leboncoin she found the perfect caravan that she turned into the “Cotton & Wild” shop.
Oussama spent the last three years checking Avito almost every day, hoping to find a bike he could afford. Then his day came – someone was selling a professional bike for only 500 dollars.