The future of car travel? Incredible self-driving electric car concept can hoover up the pollution from other vehicles and includes a dining room-style space that can be turned into a double BED – and could go into production by 2023.
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Sustainability in the Textiles and Garments Industry of the Future
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Dirty Labs Co-Founder and CEO David Watkins tells his story and shares advice on creating a product that transcends the current “greenwashing” phenomenon.
As designers, pay attention to the “Compact by Design” label.
Sustainable design gifts are getting ever-more popular these days as people become more aware of the harm products can do to the planet. Give a gift to friends and family that delights while also reducing their carbon footprint.
From today I’m posting the best design, innovation, sustainability Instagram’s profile starting with Sustainability Champions which is really inspiring.
If you are a fashion designer this Ted page is a great resource.
Our student ambassadors Ehsan Sajadi, Ana Landi, Manushi Bashini and Minomi Pitipana have carefully curated a list of Green Design Professionals including Green Architects and Green Fashion Designers who made a significant impact on sustainability in their industry.
We continue adding people on the lists that deserve to be noticed for the good they have done for nature.
Please give feedback and suggest more names on the lists. We want more people who are utilizing their business skills for nature!
IF YOU HAVE A DATA-DRIVEN GREEN STARTUP:
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Deadline: September 15th, 2020
Apply now at https://lnkd.in/dP859eD
We are looking for you if you generate, capture, process, clean, analyze and make use of environmental information. We are interested in all data-driven #green #startups.
>>What you get
During the accelerator you will:
spend 100% of your time working on your business: everything that we do makes your company bigger
receive coaching and mentoring; we have weekly workshops to develop parts of your business (sales, governance, marketing, scaling, etc.)
online meetings with potential business partners
work with 100+ professionals from the Fairforce network and our corporate partners access to Nestholma funding and introductions to hundreds of investors.
>>Who we are
The accelerator is powered by @Nestholma
29 accelerators done.
Client list includes Nordea, OTP bank, Microsoft, BT, Elisa, Santander, Nokia.
Deadline: September 15th, 2020
Starting date: October 11th, 2020
Duration: 14 weeks
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data in decision-making
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The Papanek Foundation presents the international travelling exhibition Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design, co-curated by Alison J. Clarke, a cooperation between the Vitra Design Museum and the Barcelona Design Museum, in collaboration with the Victor J. Papanek Foundation, University of Applied Arts Vienna.
The expansive show presents varied and previously unseen materials from the Papanek Foundation archive pertaining to design activist Victor Papanek’s lifelong career, highlighting the crucial theme of design as a political and social tool.
Alongside the exploration of Papanek’s links with key thinkers and design figures, ranging from media theorist Marshall McLuhan, maverick futurist Buckminster Fuller to leading feminist graphic designer Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, the exhibition casts light on the legacy of 1960s and 1970s activism through the presentation of contemporary exhibits dealing with politically pertinent issues ranging from state violence, to climate change, bio-synthetics, and the precariousness of citizenship.
Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design features work from cutting edge practitioners including: Forensic Architecture; Faber Futures; Flui Colectivo; Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg; Femke Herregraven; NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism/Hypen-Labs; Lucy and Jorge Orta; Tomás Saraceno; Maya Jay Varadaraj.
Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design
C-Mine Genk, Belgium
3 March 2020 – 12 July 2020
To understand the meaning of the coronavirus, we have to frame it in its proper context, not see it in isolation from the perspective of science and technique that are always necessary. The coronavirus comes from nature, against which human beings, particularly through global capitalism for centuries, have waged a systematic war against this nature and against the Earth.