With more people seeking life in the city, how do we accommodate their needs while keeping our carbon footprint at an acceptable level? One response is the growing movement for small footprint living, which many say goes hand in hand with affordability and sustainability.
Today, we ask Colin Chee, founder of Never Too Small — a media company dedicated to small footprint design and living, with an incredibly popular YouTube channel which currently boasts over 2m subscribers (and counting) — if small space living is worth it.
This podcast was originally published at asiarealestatesummit.com/tvpodcast/
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