Today’s Solutions: June 19, 2024

Frustrated by the environmental toll that the world of high fashion has on the planet, a fashionista in Sweden by the name of Anna Bergstrom has opened a stylish shopping mall in Sweden where everything is second-hand. The mall features 14 specialist shops that only sell recycled items, covering everything from clothes to DIY tools. The mall itself also has a sleek appearance, which Bergstrom hopes will propel second-hand shopping into the mainstream.

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