I voted for the first time in the 2012 Municipal Elections as I had turned 18 the previous year. When I talked with my parents, one of them said they voted for the Greens and the other for another party. Equality, environment, human rights. These themes of the Green Party attracted me.
The first time I heard about the circular economy was about six years ago. I rejoiced in the principle: low-emission didn’t have to mean the total cessation of consumption, but its modification. The partly purposeful contradiction between the economy and sustainability was shrinking.