REMAKE is a free community-based repair project that holds Repair Parties at universities around the world with a fun, collaborative spirit. We thrive on skill-sharing and collaborative learning to fix technology and our relationship with it!
We know the pace of our consumption has real social and environmental costs. And we know people are motivated to do something about it. In this mission, repair is a tool.
Technology has become essential in our everyday lives. We rely on it to enable us to produce our most creative, innovative and impactful work.
However, our work should not and need not be carried out at the expense of the environment. We have the opportunity to make sure we use technology responsibly, and that includes repairing it.
Earth needs us to make the best use of the resources we have available. Together, we each can do our little bit, starting with our own community. REMAKE focuses on the mid- to end-stage of consumer electronics’ lifecycle, a small action with strong effects throughout this and partner industries: repairing.
The momentum necessary to create a greener, more sustainable society needs to be driven by people in their communities. REMAKE, like many others, just provides the venue for them.
With the help of our technicians, people can learn how to repair and, in doing so, discover how it can be easy, fun, cheap and a great opportunity to learn more about our technology. As popularly promoted by iFixit, a wiki-based site that teaches people how to fix almost anything
Repair saves you money. It saves the environment. And it connects us to our things.
Now a public policy master's student, I have been fixing stuff since I was a teenager.
Strongly passionate about society, environment and technology and finding ways to produce impactful change in the world other than by going vegan.
UCL Branch Coordinator
With ample work experience in consultancy, I have now deciced to learn more about NGO work in sustainability.
I am thrilled to see how much this community has achieved to date, and I am excited to be part of this journey
Find me around UCL anytime!
HKUST Branch Coordinator
Year 3 Computer Engineering local student and baseball addict.
I am enthusiastic about anything that makes the Earth a better place for everyone.
Go ahead and send me anything fixable other than phones, anything meaning anything. I’ll gladly fix it for you, if I can…