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    • 1.  
    • 2. agenda 16.00 - 16.10 : Introduction 16.10 - 16.40 : Jonathan Crinion 16.40 - 17.10 : Rob Brown – Sprout Design 17.10 - 17.40 : Q&A - debate – challenge (take notes!) 17.40 - 18.30 : Food 18.30 - 20.00 : 60 minute design challenge (upstairs) 20.00 - ??
    • 3. what does the Ecodesign Centre do?
      • established in September 2006 through core funding from the Welsh Assembly Government to deliver ecodesign initiative and develop centre of expertise on ecodesign for Wales
      • applied research centre
        • run ecodesign demonstration projects
        • support the universities in Wales
        • offer policy advice to the WAG
        • communicate the benefits of ecodesign
        • produce research publications
        • develop international partnerships
      • ask us about case studies / new programme of work over food later
    • 4. what is today all about?
      • establish a knowledge network on ecodesign and sustainability for professional designers in Wales
      • part of a 4 month feasibility study
        • gather evidence
        • investigate incentives and barriers
        • stimulate debate and dialogue
        • propose possible knowledge exchange
    • 5. sustainable development is not ‘a problem’ waiting for ‘a solution’
    • 6. it is an environmental, cultural and political phenomenon
    • 7. it requires us to re-shape the way we think
    • 8. it is complicated
    • 9. it requires a heavy dose of creativity
    • 10. it requires collaboration and co-development
    • 11. The stimulus for re-invention and for questioning the status quo has probably never been greater “ “ Josephine Green – senior director of trends and strategy at Philips Design
    • 12.  
    • 13. 60 minute design challenge
      • 3 groups and 3 questions (20 minutes for each)
      • introductions
      • questions – using post-it notes on sheet..
      • purpose
        • what are the opportunities for the sector?
      • solutions
        • what are the specific issues for the network to tackle?
      • ingredients
        • (values, inspiration, actions)
      • present back to room

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