[GRRN] TSPD#5: New Developments

From: martin charter (101336.3560@compuserve.com)
Date: Thu Jan 06 2000 - 04:30:14 EST

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    'Towards Sustainable Product Design #5': New Developments

    The Centre for Sustainable Design (www.cfsd.org.uk) has formed an
    innovative partnership with ec(o)ncept in Cologne in Germany to organise
    'Towards Sustainable Product Design #5'. The event will build on the highly
    successful 1999 conference organised in Brussels which attracted over 150
    delegates from 20 countries. The conference will present a range of papers
    from leading thinkers and practioners in eco-design and sutainable product
    design and will include the launch of two new books 'Sustainable Solutions'
    and 'The Eco-design Guide' (one outcome of the 'Possibilities of
    Eco-design' research project)

    Towards Sustainable Product Design
    5th international conference
    23-24th October 2000
    Stuttgart Design Center

    in association with:
    German Federal Environment Ministry and Federal Environmental Agency
    Research Project: 'Possibilities of Eco-design'

    incorporating launch of:
    * 'Sustainable Solutions' (Ed. Charter & Tischner)
    * 'The Eco-design guide' (Tischner et al)

    Organised by The Centre for Sustainable Design and ec(o)ncept

    For more information about 'Towards Sustainable Product Design #5', please
    contact: Professor Martin Charter, Co-ordinator, The Centre for Sustainable
    Design, Faculty of Design, Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University
    College, Falkner Road, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7DS, UK
    Tel: 00 44 (0) 1252 892772/3 Fax: 00 44 (0) 1252 892747 Email:

    For more information on the 'Possibilities of Eco-design' project, please
    contact: Ursula Tischner, Director, ec(o)ncept, Redwitzstr 7, D-50937,
    Cologne, Germany
    Tel: 00 49 221 420 2676 Fax: 00 49 221 941 5736 Email:

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