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Final Blog

I would describe Sustainability as working within your means and not using extra resources if they aren’t 100% necessary. As for Sustainable Design, I would describe this as designing for a purpose and making sure that you are achieving what you want … Continue reading

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Week 10

As for the three LOLA Shows that I enjoyed the most were the “Granny Pods”, Older Adult  Level of the Mall, and of course the “How Sustainable is Your Period”. I found the Granny Pods LOLA show very interesting because … Continue reading

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Week 11

When reading the Tim Brown article was super interesting to me. I really enjoyed the fact that he thought that we just didn’t need to give third world countries money for no reason, we need to teach them how to … Continue reading

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Week 9

The article that I stuck out to me wasn’t really an article exactly; it was the study of the use of showers and bathtubs for older adults. I think that this one stuck out the most to me, because of … Continue reading

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Week 8 Blog

While in class we did the Canvas Business Model. I had never heard of that before. And I thought that it was kind of useful. In the beginning of class, I didn’t really understand how I thought it was going … Continue reading

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Bio-Mimicry

Week six was an interesting week, because we learned about both bio-mimicry and we went to the recycling center. Usually we focus on one topic throughout the week, so it was kind of difficult to correlate the two. As for … Continue reading

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Botanical Trip

Before this trip, I had never gone to the Botanic Gardens, but I had heard form several people that this was a super beautiful, and that they highly recommended that I go. So it was very convenient that you were … Continue reading

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Cradle to Cradle

My thoughts on this past week’s lectures are that we are kind of talking about the same things, sustainability, and how to be sustainable in our everyday lives. However, the difference is that, yes, we are talking about the same … Continue reading

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