Kitchen white goods – ubiquitous modern appliances revered for lightening household chores – are seen as a necessity. The fridge, in taking on bulky proportions, has transformed from basic food storage utility to luxury item. Has what was once practical, yet conceals greenhouse gases, become a guilty environmental consumer trap?
Journalist, writes on topics related to conscious consumption. Author of the books “Less. An intimate shopping portrait of Poles” and “On the waste,” a collection of reports on how we treat food.