Lending to the inhabitants of a neighborhood everyday objects and tools that they rarely need, in order to avoid having to buy them
Leila is a cooperative created in 2012, bringing together several hundred inhabitants of the Prenzlauerberg district of Berlin. The latter can make available or borrow from other members objects as diverse as drills, board games or kitchen utensils, at any time, via a small shop located in their neighborhood. This allows them to avoid having to buy objects that are usually very little used and often abandoned after being used only once or twice. A typical example of the "sharing economy" at the local level.
Proposing participatory devices for the management of all waste in Indian cities
Implementing a rainwater harvesting system to fight water insecurity and create local employment