Collaborative consumption on the rise around the world as experts debate how large the practice will grow
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By David Ward, Deseret News
Published: Friday, Nov. 16 2012 11:40 p.m. MST
The "Sharing Revolution" is more than a curriculum for kindergarteners. Also known as collaborative consumption, the movement is predicted by some to change the world on the scale of the Industrial Revolution. What's behind, and beyond, the hype?
“If you have 10 people who all share one product, then that's huge. It contributes less to landfills, regardless of who owns it.”
Keith Harper, graphic designer and product developer
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