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  • Quote source: DTI Innovation report - Competing in the global economy: the innovation challenge - http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file12093.pdf Notes: The Government’s 2003 innovation review identified the environment as a key driver for future innovation. Improved, lower impact products and services need to be developed. Some will be specific environmental goods and services, such as technologies to minimise pollutants or promote resource efficiency, or renewable energy sources. These already have a global market worth over $500 billion, but the scope for innovation extends far wider. For example, new materials, energy technologies and product design to minimise waste will all be important in future. Well designed environmental policy, with clear, long-term targets, can promote innovation and business opportunity. (UK SD Action Plan) Web resources: Forum for the Future – Eco-Innovation - http://www.forumforthefuture.org.uk/docs/publications/220/Innovationpaperfinal.pdf UK SD Action Plan - http://www.sustainable-development.gov.uk/publications/pdf/strategy/SecFut_complete.pdf BERR innovation pages - http://www.dti.gov.uk/innovation/
  • Quote source: DTI Innovation report - Competing in the global economy: the innovation challenge - http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file12093.pdf Notes: The Government’s 2003 innovation review identified the environment as a key driver for future innovation. Improved, lower impact products and services need to be developed. Some will be specific environmental goods and services, such as technologies to minimise pollutants or promote resource efficiency, or renewable energy sources. These already have a global market worth over $500 billion, but the scope for innovation extends far wider. For example, new materials, energy technologies and product design to minimise waste will all be important in future. Well designed environmental policy, with clear, long-term targets, can promote innovation and business opportunity. (UK SD Action Plan) Web resources: Forum for the Future – Eco-Innovation - http://www.forumforthefuture.org.uk/docs/publications/220/Innovationpaperfinal.pdf UK SD Action Plan - http://www.sustainable-development.gov.uk/publications/pdf/strategy/SecFut_complete.pdf BERR innovation pages - http://www.dti.gov.uk/innovation/
  • Quote source: DTI Innovation report - Competing in the global economy: the innovation challenge - http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file12093.pdf Notes: The Government’s 2003 innovation review identified the environment as a key driver for future innovation. Improved, lower impact products and services need to be developed. Some will be specific environmental goods and services, such as technologies to minimise pollutants or promote resource efficiency, or renewable energy sources. These already have a global market worth over $500 billion, but the scope for innovation extends far wider. For example, new materials, energy technologies and product design to minimise waste will all be important in future. Well designed environmental policy, with clear, long-term targets, can promote innovation and business opportunity. (UK SD Action Plan) Web resources: Forum for the Future – Eco-Innovation - http://www.forumforthefuture.org.uk/docs/publications/220/Innovationpaperfinal.pdf UK SD Action Plan - http://www.sustainable-development.gov.uk/publications/pdf/strategy/SecFut_complete.pdf BERR innovation pages - http://www.dti.gov.uk/innovation/
  • Quote source: DTI Innovation report - Competing in the global economy: the innovation challenge - http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file12093.pdf Notes: The Government’s 2003 innovation review identified the environment as a key driver for future innovation. Improved, lower impact products and services need to be developed. Some will be specific environmental goods and services, such as technologies to minimise pollutants or promote resource efficiency, or renewable energy sources. These already have a global market worth over $500 billion, but the scope for innovation extends far wider. For example, new materials, energy technologies and product design to minimise waste will all be important in future. Well designed environmental policy, with clear, long-term targets, can promote innovation and business opportunity. (UK SD Action Plan) Web resources: Forum for the Future – Eco-Innovation - http://www.forumforthefuture.org.uk/docs/publications/220/Innovationpaperfinal.pdf UK SD Action Plan - http://www.sustainable-development.gov.uk/publications/pdf/strategy/SecFut_complete.pdf BERR innovation pages - http://www.dti.gov.uk/innovation/
  • Quote source: DTI Innovation report - Competing in the global economy: the innovation challenge - http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file12093.pdf Notes: The Government’s 2003 innovation review identified the environment as a key driver for future innovation. Improved, lower impact products and services need to be developed. Some will be specific environmental goods and services, such as technologies to minimise pollutants or promote resource efficiency, or renewable energy sources. These already have a global market worth over $500 billion, but the scope for innovation extends far wider. For example, new materials, energy technologies and product design to minimise waste will all be important in future. Well designed environmental policy, with clear, long-term targets, can promote innovation and business opportunity. (UK SD Action Plan) Web resources: Forum for the Future – Eco-Innovation - http://www.forumforthefuture.org.uk/docs/publications/220/Innovationpaperfinal.pdf UK SD Action Plan - http://www.sustainable-development.gov.uk/publications/pdf/strategy/SecFut_complete.pdf BERR innovation pages - http://www.dti.gov.uk/innovation/
  • Quote source: DTI Innovation report - Competing in the global economy: the innovation challenge - http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file12093.pdf Notes: The Government’s 2003 innovation review identified the environment as a key driver for future innovation. Improved, lower impact products and services need to be developed. Some will be specific environmental goods and services, such as technologies to minimise pollutants or promote resource efficiency, or renewable energy sources. These already have a global market worth over $500 billion, but the scope for innovation extends far wider. For example, new materials, energy technologies and product design to minimise waste will all be important in future. Well designed environmental policy, with clear, long-term targets, can promote innovation and business opportunity. (UK SD Action Plan) Web resources: Forum for the Future – Eco-Innovation - http://www.forumforthefuture.org.uk/docs/publications/220/Innovationpaperfinal.pdf UK SD Action Plan - http://www.sustainable-development.gov.uk/publications/pdf/strategy/SecFut_complete.pdf BERR innovation pages - http://www.dti.gov.uk/innovation/
  • Narratives

    1. 1. multiple narratives
    2. 2. ECOLOGICAL / SOCIAL
    3. 3. EFFICIENCY / SYSTEMS
    4. 4. CONSERVATION / CRAFT
    5. 5. RECYCLING / NOSTALGIA
    6. 6. PARTICIPATION / PLAY

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