We live in an era of mass consumption.
We buy new. When things break, we throw them out.
We buy new again.
Our resources are finite.
Our world is changing.
We need repair.
Repair connects individual empowerment to environmental sustainability.
It strengthens social bonds, it gives our things a second life.
And while we've repaired things for all of human history, this way of life is dying.
Combining human stories with expert analysis, the [Re]framing Repair Documentary will share this critical story.
Through creative exploration and problem solving, repair increases our sense of self-reliance. It teaches us to find solutions, and empowers us in other areas of our lives.
Repair connects people. It's proven to foster kindness, caring, and enables inter-generational skill sharing. Repair builds stronger communities.
By keeping products working for longer, repair minimizes resource extraction and reduces landfill waste. It decreases pollution and carbon emissions.
We are storytellers and researchers working together to share narratives of repair
from around the world.
We believe that repair is an essential part of sustainability, human activity, and health.