"My washing machine broke down after long and faithful service, and in Paris there is no collective laundry rooms in the basement of the buildings to fall back on."
"I was forced to ”wash out”, which is not a straight through comfortable activity when you live on the sixth floor without elevator. With a heavy loaded Ikea shopping bags over her shoulders, I began to stumble away to the nearest laundromat, and I am not going to pretend that it felt the least picturesque."
"When the sale came, I bought a new washing machine. It is a blessing. It is just not the right way to go if we are to meet our time and the planet."
"Electronic household appliances has revolutionized our society. Vacuum cleaners, washing machines and dishwashers has also been a direct prerequisite to get millions of women in the labour market. Computerization keeps on writing about the entire industry's history, in a few years, it is perhaps a textrobot writing this column."
"On the whole, the automation of work led to huge achievements, also in pure energy efficiency, and there is no point in being nostalgic. Man will always seek the greatest possible convenience. When a machine facilitates the cooking and another takes care of the drive we get time for anything else."
"the Crux of the matter is that this often means more power consumption."
"I warned Greenpeace to streaming of internetklipp has emerged as one of our biggest climate challenges. According to the journal Nature, the it sector now for as big a carbon footprint as the aviation industry. The maintenance of the gigantic server halls that stores the data and the networks that provide us with better and faster internet access are some of the biggest energy culprits in the western world. Streaming moving image is now for an overwhelming majority of our surfing habits. Your ”Game of thrones”-race in the couch, therefore, is a direct threat to the planet. As if you didn't already feel guilty."
"There is often talk of collective action as the only possibility to cope with the climate objective; we must put the common konsumentpress in the business world and manifest our discontent with the politicians' low climate ambitions. At home, we can dispose of and cook vegetarian food sometimes."
"the Less said about the vardagsbekvämligheter collectively we could save on. The common laundry room available in each of the Swedish apartment buildings are already a headache for many: be on time, forget sköljmedlet, to scrub the floor afterwards, and write an angry note addressed to her that have not picked out the lint from the dryer (we suspect a new E Johansson on the main floor, but we can't know for sure)."
"How we are equipped to also share a vacuum cleaner with your neighbours? To set up a schedule in the area where you are allowed to book the lawn mower two hours a week?nFinns even its climate-smart activities that doesn't feel like a throwback to the 1970s, or are we fated to spend the evenings to play board games in the light of a led bulb?"
"the Climate crisis is putting a host of our vardagsbeteenden in a new light, and many are in direct conflict with our comfort, and the electronically captured individualism."
"in a few weeks starts a new season of ”Game of thrones”. It will be streamed on millions of screens worldwide at the same time. An idea is of course to gather their friends and watch it together. Provided that no one takes the car there, of course."