Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sustainable Product Design : TreeHugger

This website shows sustainability in design, technology, living, transportation, energy, and science. Sustainable Product Design : TreeHugger.

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Sustainable Design

There are alot of sustainable designs, too such as hybrid and electronic cars. There are also other products, too. Sustainable Design Guide – ESP Design.

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Walmartstores.com: Sustainability

Walmart is trying to help people understand what sustainaility is and what people can do for it. therefore, they have many events for it. Check this out. Walmartstores.com: Sustainability.

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Sustainability From EPA

I remember watching “The Simson”. In the movie, grandfather says, “epa!epa!” That is why I know this agency EPA is United States Environmental Protection Agency, and this website has alot of information about sustainability and what EPA does. Sustainability Basic … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Sustainable Development

A Brief History of Sustainable Development.   A BRIEF HISTORY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT  The Sustainability Reporting Program works from a definition of sustainability that sees human activities as part of and dependent upon the natural world. In scientific terms, the … Continue reading

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Defining Sustainability

There are many definitions of “Sustainability.” Some of these definitions are complementary or contradictory to varying degrees, some are more implied than specified, and some are just a few words while others are hundreds of pages long. In order to … Continue reading

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Sustainability, The Cost of Doing Business, and Greenwashing

[This post was written by Teresa Celestine, Scott Demming, Stephanie Lewis, and Stephanie McCarthy.] Sustainability is not only defined in terms of how things should be done in order to reduce material consumption and waste, but practical in ways that … Continue reading

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Sustainability as it relates to local food systems, food bank gardens, permaculture, and light pollution

[This post was written by Christopher Milton, Sara Davenport, Kimberly Sherwood, and Jan Steinbock.] Our Growing Communities group is researching sustainability as it relates to local food systems, food bank gardens, permaculture and light pollution. The idea of local food … Continue reading

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Electronics recycling and sustainability

[This post was written by Sam Medina, Charlie Zigmond, and Thomas Yabrough.] The codependent pillars of sustainability (equity, environmental, economic) are typically not focused on as a whole, and therefore sustainable practices commonly fall short of their intentions or adversely … Continue reading

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History of sustainability – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In my opinion, sustainability is a part of recycling system. instead of replacing, sustainability offers being used for a long term. History of sustainability – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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