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I think there are many ways to describe sustainability but I would describe it as a concept that benefits the health of the environment or earth. I know this doesn’t fully grasp the idea of sustainability but when I think … Continue reading

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Blog 8

The LOLA Shows were really impressive this week. I found a lot of them very interesting. A few of the topics that stuck out to me were the use of skylights and water in hospitals to calm the patients and … Continue reading

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Blog 7

I think it is very important to have the shopping experience be more accessible and efficient for disabilities. I think that should be thought through when designing a store space and shouldn’t be ignored or subsided. In previous DHM classes … Continue reading

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Blog 6

On Thursday during the in-class exercise I realized how many sustainable issues there are to solve. When we began I was worried a lot of learning communities were going to choose very similar problems and solutions but I was surprised … Continue reading

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Blog 5

In-store greenery, the topic of the week, is extremely relevant in our society not only as a sustainable factor but also as a popular trend in people’s everyday lives. This is something retail stores should take advantage of especially because … Continue reading

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Blog 4

The outdoor activity at the botanical gardens was a really good hands-on experience by getting to physically be outside and adapting to how we can use the ideas from nature and apply them to our fields to increase the use … Continue reading

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Blog 3

In lecture on Thursday I learned that not only is there the Cradle 2 Cradle concept but there is also the Cradle 2 Grave concept which uses the traditional production-consumption process but then instead of up cycling every part like … Continue reading

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