Monthly Archives: December 2015

Final Epiphany Blog

While I knew sustainability was a very important concept in everyday life at the beginning of this course, I did not know how much designers and merchandisers could do to implement this concept into our world. We have a vast … Continue reading

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Final Blog

I started out the semester not knowing what sustainability and sustainability practices involved. I knew the very basics such as it involved recycling and reusing as many materials as possible and minimizing waste. I still believe this is the basis … Continue reading

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Final Blog

When I first started this class sustainability wasn’t a foreign language to me. I have heard the word thrown around to make designs and ideas seem more desirable to certain people and associations. All throughout years in school and being … Continue reading

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My Final Thoughts

At the beginning of this semester when this sustainability course began, I truly had no idea what I was getting myself into. Much less, I didn’t know what exactly sustainability was or how big of an impact it supposedly had … Continue reading

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Final Blog #11

At the end of this fall semester I have a new view on what it means to live a sustainable life and what it means to design sustainably. Sustainability to me means to think about the Earth and your surroundings … Continue reading

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Final Blog

I define sustainability as any effort to better our environment. I believe sustainability goes beyond recycling and composting and is, in a lot of ways, a mental attitude. Sustainability is a strive for a better regard for our planet; it … Continue reading

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Final Blog: Reflection

At the beginning of the semester I had very little idea about what sustainability or sustainable design were. I believed that sustainability basically just dealt with recycling and sustainable design meant designing with recycled materials. I have learned that sustainability … Continue reading

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