The Restart Project is a people-powered platform for change, helping demand emerge for more sustainable, better electronics.
By working with communities, schools, and companies to value and use electronics longer – and documenting the barriers to doing so – we’re driving a global movement to move beyond the throw-away economy.
We take local action to prevent electronic waste through hands-on, learning events where we help people fix their own electronics – and help others to do the same globally.
We also look at the big picture, generating valuable insights into how to improve electronics for people, from design and manufacture, through use and end of life.
When we act together, people everywhere have the skills and vision to guarantee that technology serves people and planet. Our insights and actions will enable designers, companies and policymakers to fix what we simply cannot on our own.