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Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour
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Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour

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Presentation I gave to Raffles Institute students on the theme of sustainability, activism and advocacy.

Presentation I gave to Raffles Institute students on the theme of sustainability, activism and advocacy.

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  • 1. Institutionalising Sustainable Behaviour organisations, advocacy, & activism Prepared for: Raffles new Zealand authors: Vicky teinaki Document Release : confidential Public coPYRIGHt notIce : this document and the research it contains has been undertaken explicitly for the use of locus Research and their client. no part of this document can be used or disclosed without their express written consent.
  • 2. A quick Visual background on sustainability: Brainstorm Development activism, advocacy and design Exploration outputs
  • 3. Visual Brainstorm Development Exploration outputs Sustainability and activism: Rachel carson ‘silent spring’
  • 4. Sustainability and design: stewart Brand ‘the World catalogue‘, alistair Fuad-luke ‘the eco-Design Handbook‘
  • 5. Visual Exploration Sustainability, activism, and design: Victor Papenak ‘Design for the Real World’, mcDonough and Braungart ‘cradle to cradle’
  • 6. Visual Triple (Quadruple) Brainstorm Line Bottom Development Exploration Financial | environmental | social ( | cultural ) outputs elkInGton 1994 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • 7. Design, Sustainability and Advocacy: Patagonia Footprint chronices. see also ‘let my People Go surfing’
  • 8. 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
  • 9. sustainable Brands 09: andrew Winston “Green to Gold”
  • 10. the next Plays
  • 11. Resources Visual the Designers’ accord www.designersaccord.org Brainstorm Development Exploration sustainable everyday www.sustainable-everyday.net/ outputs 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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