|ˌinəˈvā sh ən|   +  |səˌstānəˈbilitē|
sustainable  |səˈstānəbəl| Adjective:  able to be maintained at a certain rate or level  :  sustainable fusion reactions. ...
Ingenuity  vs Innovation  because something doesn't have to be  new  to be the right  solution .
"Old ideas can sometimes use new buildings. New ideas must use old buildings.”  - Jane Jacobs
Progress  and  catastrophe  are opposite  faces  of the same coin.   - Hannah Arendt
entropy  |ˈentrəpē| noun  Physics ・  a thermodynamic quantity representing the  unavailability of a system's thermal energ...
Think More.   Drive Less.
Rather than  tinkering with symptoms  - such as inventing hydrogen-powered vehicles, or turning gas stations into battery ...
Rather than: long-distance patterns of movement, at accelerating speeds, we should  +++++ new functions + value to local p...
When you put a thing in  order , and give it a  name , and you are  all in accord , it  becomes .   - From the Navajo, Mas...
organization  |ˌôrgəniˈzā sh ən| Noun .  1  the action  of organizing something :  the organization of societies. .  the s...
Organization   is the  message .   - Norbert Wiener
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Sustainable Innovation

  1. 1. |ˌinəˈvā sh ən| + |səˌstānəˈbilitē|
  2. 2. sustainable |səˈstānəbəl| Adjective: able to be maintained at a certain rate or level : sustainable fusion reactions. ・ Ecology (esp. of development, exploitation, or agriculture) conserving an ecological balance by avoiding depletion of natural resources. ・ able to be upheld or defended : sustainable practice.
  3. 3. Ingenuity vs Innovation because something doesn't have to be new to be the right solution .
  4. 4. "Old ideas can sometimes use new buildings. New ideas must use old buildings.” - Jane Jacobs
  5. 5. Progress and catastrophe are opposite faces of the same coin. - Hannah Arendt
  6. 6. entropy |ˈentrəpē| noun Physics ・ a thermodynamic quantity representing the unavailability of a system's thermal energy for conversion into mechanical work , often interpreted as the degree of disorder or randomness in the system. (Symbol: S ) ・ figurative lack of order or predictability; gradual decline into disorder : a marketplace where entropy reigns supreme.
  7. 7. Think More. Drive Less.
  8. 8. Rather than tinkering with symptoms - such as inventing hydrogen-powered vehicles, or turning gas stations into battery stations - the more interesting design task is to re-think the way we use time and space .
  9. 9. Rather than: long-distance patterns of movement, at accelerating speeds, we should +++++ new functions + value to local patterns of activity = no need or want to move so much, but on foot or by bike. Evidence, that self-propulsion is central to everything from tackling obesity and climate change to creating high quality liveable cities. - John Thakara
  10. 10. When you put a thing in order , and give it a name , and you are all in accord , it becomes . - From the Navajo, Masked Gods, Waters, 1950
  11. 11. organization |ˌôrgəniˈzā sh ən| Noun . 1 the action of organizing something : the organization of societies. . the structure or arrangement of related or connected items ・ an efficient and orderly approach to tasks : apparent disorder and lack of organization . 2 an organized body of people with a particular purpose , esp. a business, society, association, etc. : a research organization.
  12. 12. Organization is the message . - Norbert Wiener

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