The Centre for Sustainable Design: CfSD
The Centre for Sustainable Design (CfSD) facilitates discussion and research on eco-design and environmental, economic, ethical and social (e3s) considerations in product and service development and design. This is achieved through training and education, research, seminars, workshops, conferences, consultancy, publications and Internet. The Centre also acts as an information clearing house and a focus for innovative thinking on sustainable products and services.
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News About The Centre for Sustainable Design: CfSD
Sustainable Innovation 2012: Resource Efficiency, Innovation and Lifestyles
Sustainable Innovation 12 will provide a platform to discuss the opportunities and challenges related to resource productivity, innovation and lifestyles related to products, services, technologies, infrastructures and business models.
Sustainable Innovation 2011: State of the Art in Sustainable Innovation & Design
Sustainable Innovation 2011 will provide a platform to discuss the opportunities and challenges related to sustainable innovation, technology, product and service design and development.
OpenGreen: Centre for Sustainable Design Offers SMEs Free Brainstorming Session
OpenGreen is a one day open innovation workshop aimed at identifying new income generating opportunities for more sustainable products, services and product-services.
Sustainable Innovation 09: Towards a Low Carbon Innovation Revolution
Sustainable Innovation 09 will provide a platform to discuss the future opportunities and challenges related to the design, development and commercialisation of low carbon innovation, technologies, products and services.
Eco-design Masterclass: Ab Stevels
Professor Ab Stevels will deliver a Masterclass on eco-design and eco-innovation in Farnham, Surrey, UK on the 1st October 2008.
Resourceful Innovators: Eco-Innovation Workshops
There is a growing realisation of need to create new solutions to tackle the resource productivity challenges that are faced worldwide.
Global markets for sustainable products, technologies and services are predicted to reach $700 billion by 2010.