Transcript of "Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour"
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
organisations, advocacy, & activism
Prepared for: Raffles new Zealand
authors: Vicky teinaki
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Visual background on sustainability:
activism, advocacy and design
Sustainability and activism: Rachel carson ‘silent spring’
Sustainability and design: stewart Brand ‘the World catalogue‘, alistair Fuad-luke ‘the eco-Design Handbook‘
Sustainability, activism, and design: Victor Papenak ‘Design for the Real World’, mcDonough and Braungart ‘cradle to cradle’
Triple (Quadruple) Brainstorm Line
Financial | environmental | social ( | cultural )
outputs elkInGton 1994
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Design, Sustainability and Advocacy: Patagonia Footprint chronices. see also ‘let my People Go surfing’
Goal 1: Increase awareness in the creative community
Goal 2: Graduate the next generation of design thinkers and leaders
Goal 3: Codify best practices to achieve the greatest impact
Goal 4: Influence policy
Design, Sustainability and Advocacy: the Designers’ accord - moving away from design
sustainable Brands 09: andrew Winston “Green to Gold”
Visual the Designers’ accord www.designersaccord.org
Exploration sustainable everyday www.sustainable-everyday.net/
changing the change Procedings at www.allemandi.com/cp/ctc/
the next Plays www.thenextplays.com
sustainable Design Group nZ www.sustanabledesign.org.nz
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