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Outdoor Industry : Designing for Sustainability

Outdoor Industry resources for DESIGN STUDIO II, S14

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"Design is a powerful conduit for change. As the messages, artifacts and experiences we create pass through the hands, minds, and hearts of people, we have an opportunity to weave sustainability into the broader fabric of culture and to shift consumption and lifestyle aspirations to a more sustainable basis for living."

living principles roadmap

UPCYCLE: designing for abundance

William McDonough:  Cradle to Cradle Design

Green-minded architect and designer William McDonough asks what our buildings and products would look like if designers took into account "all children, all species, for all time."

Architect William McDonough believes green design can prevent environmental disaster and drive economic growth. He champions “cradle to cradle” design, which considers a product's full life cycle -- from creation with sustainable materials to a recycled afterlife.

OIA Sustainability Working Group Resources

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