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Reuse or throw away? – the value of thinking circularly

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June 24, 2024

What exactly is a young fashion entrepreneur doing at ONS, one of the world's leading meeting places for the energy industry?

Fast fashion has become a significant climate problem in our time due to the waste generated both in the production of clothes and because of our own consumption. In addition to the waste from fast fashion, vulnerable regions and countries are facing exploitation through horrible working conditions from the production of fast fashion.

Founders of ReLi - Lisa Ribesen and Rebecca Sjølie (from left)

In our exhibition at ONS this year, you can find ReLi. A Norwegian company that has quickly grown to become a leading clothing concept in Norway where you can rent clothes both individually and through a subscription. They specialize in quality and designer clothes, which is a sustainable solution to the overconsumption of fast fashion.

At ReLi, we see an enormous positive effect from meeting people where they are, to inform and inspire change. We hope our contribution and work will lead to more circular economy in the future, says Rebecca Sjølie, co-founder of ReLi.

Rebecca will be at ONS to talk about circular economy at ONS Young. Circular economy is a term that will be used a lot at this year's ONS where we will explore sustainable ways to manage resources and make them last as long as possible.

At ONS Young, Rebecca will be part of the session "Reuse or throw away? – the value of thinking circularly", which takes place on Tuesday, August 27th, the day we have a dedicated programme for high school students.

Nora Andersen, Project Manager, ONS Young
Circular economy and sustainability will be a major part of the overall discussion at ONS this year, including in the exhibition. Especially at the Young arena, sustainability will be heavily weighted in the programme, as we see that young people today are incredibly invested in finding good sustainable solutions for resources and consumption, says Nora Andersen, Project Manager, ONS Young.

You can find ReLi's stand in hall 9, booth 9905 during ONS.

Read more about ReLi here!

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What exactly is a young fashion entrepreneur doing at ONS, one of the world's leading meeting places for the energy industry?

Fast fashion has become a significant climate problem in our time due to the waste generated both in the production of clothes and because of our own consumption. In addition to the waste from fast fashion, vulnerable regions and countries are facing exploitation through horrible working conditions from the production of fast fashion.

Founders of ReLi - Lisa Ribesen and Rebecca Sjølie (from left)

In our exhibition at ONS this year, you can find ReLi. A Norwegian company that has quickly grown to become a leading clothing concept in Norway where you can rent clothes both individually and through a subscription. They specialize in quality and designer clothes, which is a sustainable solution to the overconsumption of fast fashion.

At ReLi, we see an enormous positive effect from meeting people where they are, to inform and inspire change. We hope our contribution and work will lead to more circular economy in the future, says Rebecca Sjølie, co-founder of ReLi.

Rebecca will be at ONS to talk about circular economy at ONS Young. Circular economy is a term that will be used a lot at this year's ONS where we will explore sustainable ways to manage resources and make them last as long as possible.

At ONS Young, Rebecca will be part of the session "Reuse or throw away? – the value of thinking circularly", which takes place on Tuesday, August 27th, the day we have a dedicated programme for high school students.

Nora Andersen, Project Manager, ONS Young
Circular economy and sustainability will be a major part of the overall discussion at ONS this year, including in the exhibition. Especially at the Young arena, sustainability will be heavily weighted in the programme, as we see that young people today are incredibly invested in finding good sustainable solutions for resources and consumption, says Nora Andersen, Project Manager, ONS Young.

You can find ReLi's stand in hall 9, booth 9905 during ONS.

Read more about ReLi here!

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