“There are alternatives.

There is time, and therefore hope.”

– Benito Muros

Benito Muros is one of the only businessmen in the world who hasn’t accepted planned obsolescence – the policy developed by many large multinational companies that aims to create products that cease to become functional after a period of time so that the product must be purchased again.

Muros has created an everlasting light bulb and established the SOP Movement

(Sin Obsolescencia Programada = Without Planned Obsolescence).

If products were created to last, then a market for second-hand goods would emerge, giving ...


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