Monthly Archives: May 2015

Folly and Fate

When I began this course, I thought I had a pretty solid understanding of sustainability. I thought recycling, using renewable resources and just generally not over-exploiting anything or anyone was pretty much it. Of course all the eco-friendly tropes popped … Continue reading

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Final Epiphany Blog

Sustainable Design for Apparel and Interiors this spring semester has been a long journey and quickly coming to an end. At the beginning of this course I was even unsure if my definition of sustainability was correct in the slightest. … Continue reading

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Be the Change

I think the word sustainability actually has the definition within it; I would define it as the ability to sustain energy, natural resources, and human resources. Sustainable design provides a means to become sustainable. Sustainable design gives us ways to … Continue reading

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Sustainability

This semester was a very informative one for me. I’m going to be honest, when I started this class, I was not expecting to like it as much as I did. After taking our carbon footprint quiz, I’ve changed some … Continue reading

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The Last Epiphany

At the beginning of the semester I never thought much about the actual definition of sustainability. A majority of what I have been taught since starting at OSU has been how to incorporate sustainable materials into designs and to research … Continue reading

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The Journey of Sustainability

It was quite nice to finally have my sustainably class! I have heard since I was a freshman about how important and under utilized it is and was great to see why we need it and how it can improved … Continue reading

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It’s Only the Beginning

I’ve learned a lot over the course of this semester about sustainability and the impact it can have on the Earth.  When this class started all I cared to know about sustainability was the involved recycling, and “go green”, and … Continue reading

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