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Nossa querida leitora, amiga, atual-ex-CONDE (?), Allexsandra Ebrahim,  nos deu essa dica:

Premio ECOLEO de Design, que tem por objetivo promover  e estimular a adoção de critérios ecológicos no desenvolvimento de produtos. Os produtos devem causar o mínimo impacto no meio ambiente e o uso de recursos naturais deve ser racional.
Há categoria Profissional e Estudante:
– 1º Prêmio categoria Profissional – R$ 5.000,00 (cinco mil reais);
– 2º Prêmio categoria Profissional – R$ 2.000,00 (dois mil reais);
– 1º Prêmio categoria Estudante – R$ 2.000,00 (dois mil reais); e
– 2º Prêmio categoria Estudante – R$ 1.000,00 (mil reais).

Uma ótima oportunidade, né? Já sei de gente que vai concorrer e já arrumou orientador pra isso :]]]
Sucesso!

Mais informações, aqui no site > http://www.designenatureza.com.br/premioecoleo/

Anúncios

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Estamos trabalhando, junto a CONDE-PE, em algumas ações em parceria aque serão realizadas durante o NDesign.
Quem foi ao NDesign Manaus, ano passado, já tem uma base de como foi 🙂
Esse ano estamos inventando outras coisinhas! Aguardem (lá em Olinda, de preferência)!

E para o interessados em Design Sustentável, “Marketing Verde” e afins, segue uma (enorme) lista de livros, quase todos em inglês, para você aumentar seus conhecimentos.

Allenby, D. B. (1998). Products to services. Towards Sustainable Product Design: 3rd International Conference, DTI Conference Centre, London.

BIJMA, A.; STUTS, M. & SILVESTER, S. Developing eco-efficiency product service-system combinations. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference “Sustainable Service and Systems” Transitions Towards Sustainability?, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October, 2001.

BREZET, h. The Design of Eco-efficient Services: Methods, Tools and Review of the Case Study Based “Designing Eco-efficient Services” Project (report; The Hague: VROM)

CHARTER, M., and TISCHNER, U. Sustainable Solutions: Developing products and services for the future. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf Publishing, 2001.

COOPER, T. & SIAN, E.  Products to Services. Friends of the Earth, Centre for Sustainable Consumption. Sheffield Hallam University, UK, 2000.

Elzen, B.; GEELS, F. W. & GREEN, K.  System Innovation and the Transition to Sustainability. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2004.

EU (European Union) Study on external environmental effects related to the life-cycle of products and services: final report (BIO Intelligence Service and O2 France; Brussels: European Commission Directorate General Environment, Directorate A: Sustainable Development and Policy Support, 2003.

HALME, M., JASCH, C., SCHARP, M.,  Sustainable homeservices? Toward household services that enhance ecological, social and economic sustainability Ecological Economics, Volume 51, Issues 1-2, 1 November 2004, Pages 125-138.

HOCKERTS, K. Eco-efficient service innovation: increasing business-ecological efficiency of products and services, in M. Charter (ed.), Greener Marketing: A Global Perspective on Greener Marketing Practice. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf Publishing: 95:108, 1998.

JÉGOU, François, JOORE, Peter. Food delivery solutions: Cases of solution oriented partnership. European Comission Growth Programme. Cranfield University. Cranfield: 2004.

JELSMA, Jaap e KNOT, Marjolijn, Designing environmentally efficient services: a “script” approach. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 2: 119–130. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2002.

MANN, Darrel e JONES, Elias, Sustainable services & systems (3s) through systematic innovation methods. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 2: p. 131–139. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2002.

MONT, O. Product-service systems: panacea or myth? (PhD Thesis; Lund, Sweden: International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), University of Lund, 2004.

Sustainable Solutions, Developing Products and Services for the Future, ed. Martin Charter, The Centre for Sustainable Design, UK, and Ursula Tischner, ec(o)ncept, Germany, 2000, ISBN 1874719365.

Tischner, U. and M. Charter (2001). Sustainable Solutions – Developing Products and Services for the Future. Sheffield, UK, Greenleaf Publishing Ltd. M. Charter and U. Tischner

TUKKER, A. & TISCHNER, U. New business for old Europe: product service development, competitiveness and sustainability. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf Publishing, 2006.

TUKKER, A., van HALEN, C., Innovation Scan for Product Service Systems: A manual for the development of new Product Service Systems for companies and intermediaries for the SME sector. Delft/Utrecht, Holanda, Julho de 2003.

UNEP – United Nations Enviroment Programme.Product-Service Systems and Sustainability. INDACO Department, Politecnico di Milano. Milão: 2004.

UNEP – United Nations Environment Programme. Draft Summary Report. Expert Meeting on Product Service System. Paris: 2000.

UNEP – United Nations Environment Programme.The role of Product-Service Systems in a Sustainable Society. Paris, 2001.

UNEP. Product Service Systems and Sustainability: Opportunities for Sustainable Solutions. Paris: UNEP, Division of Technology Industry and Economics, Production and Consumption Branch, 2002.

VAN HALEN, C.; VEZOLI, C. & WIMMER, R. (eds). Methodology for Product-Service System: How to Develop Clean, Clever and Competitive Strategies in Companies. Assen, Netherlands: Van Gorcum, 2005.

BASIC CONCEPTS

AGENDA 21 NACIONAL. Disponível em <http://www.ambiente.sp.gov.br/agenda21/indice.htm&gt;. Última consulta em 07 de Maio de 2007.

AGENDA 21. Plano de Implementação da Cúpula Mundial sobre Desenvolvimento Sustentável. Disponível em: <http://www.mma.gov.br/index.php?ido=conteudo.monta&idEstrutura=18&idConteudo=573&gt; Acesso: 27/08/07

AMADEU, Edward; PARCIAS JR.,Carlos. Crescimento e Distribuição: Um Modelo Estilizado da Riqueza das Nações. Revista de Economia Política, vol. 10, n 2, p. 5-16, abril-junho 1990.

Anderson, R. (1995). The Journey from There to Here – The Eco-Odyssey of a CEO. Altanta, The Peregrinzilla Press.

Bakker, C. (1995). Environmental Information for Industrial Designers. Delft, Delft University of Technology. Doctoral Thesis

Baldwin, J. (1996). Bucky Works: Buckminster Fuller’s Ideas for Today, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

BARRY, Dalal-Clayton. What is Sustainable Development? National Strategies for Sustainable Development. Disponível em: <www.nssd.net/otherdocuments/sustdev2.doc> Acesso: 27/08/07

Biomimicry, Innovation inspired by nature, Janine M. Benyus, William Morrow & Company, New York, 1997, ISBN 0-688-16099-9

Brezet, H. and C. van Hemel (1997). “Ecodesign: a promising approach to sustainable production and consumption.” Industry and environment 20(1 and 2): 52.

BRUNDTLAND, G.H. et al. Our Common Future, WCED, New York – Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1987, pág. 43).

Carson, R., (1962) Silent Spring. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Cooper, T. (1998). Sustainable Consumption: Green Consumerism or Downshifting? International Research Conference on Sustainable Development, Leeds, UK.

COOPER, T. Slower consumption: reflections on product life spans and the “throughway society”. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 9, 1-2, 2005.

DATSCHEFSKI, E.  The total beauty of sustainable products. Mies, Switzerland; Rotovision, 2001.

Dewberry, E. L. (1996). EcoDesign – Present Attitudes and Future Directions. The Design Discipline Technology Faculty. Milton Keynes, Open University. Doctoral Thesis

DIXON, J.A; FALLON, L.A. The Concept of Sustainability: Origins, Extensions, and Usefulness for Policy. Society and Natural Resources Vol.2, pp.73-84, 1989.

Driving Eco-Innovation, A breakthrough discipline for innovation and sustainability, Claude Fussler with Peter James, Pitman Publishing, London, 1996, 364 pages, ISBN 0 273 62207 2

Droog Design, Spirit of the nineties, ed. Renny Ramakers and Gijs Bakker, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, 1998, ISBN 90 6450 301 x

Ecodesign Navigator, a key resource in the drive towards environmentally efficient product design, Matthew Simon and others, Manchester Metropolitan University, Cranfield University, EPSRC, 1998, ISBN 1-871315-74-3

Eco-Tec, Architecture of the In-Between, Amerigo Marras (red./ed), 1999, New York, Princeton Architectural Press, StoreFront Books 3, ISBN 1-56898-159-7

Eco-Tech, Sustainable Architecture and High Technology, Catherine Slessor, 1997, 356 illustrations, ISBN 0 500 34157 5

Eternally Yours, visions on product endurance, Ed van Hinte, 010 publishers, 1997, 256 pages, ISBN 90 6450 313 3, Illustrated (currently out of print)

Factor Four, doubling wealth, halving resource use, Ernst von Weizsäcker, Amory B. Lovins and L. Hunter Lovins, Earthscan publishers, 1997, 352 pages, ISBN 1 85383 407 6

FOLADORI, Guillermo. Limites do desenvolvimento sustentável. Trad. Marise Manoel. Campinas, São Paulo: Editora da Unicamp, 2001.

FRONDEL, Manuel; HORBACH, Jens; RENNINGS, Klaus. “End-of-Pipe or Cleaner Production? : An Empirical Comparison of Environmental Innovation Decisions Across OECD Countries,” ZEW Discussion Papers

FUAD LUKE, Alastair. Manual de diseño ecológico. Barcelona: Gustavo Gili, 2002.

Future Systems, the story of tomorrow, Martin Pawley, Phaidon Press Limited, London, 1993, ISBN 0 7148 2767 3

GARRARD, Greg. Ecocrítica. Trad. Vera Ribeiro. Brasília: Editora da Universidade de Brasília, 2006.

GERTSAKIS, John, LEWIS, Helen. Design + Environment. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing Limited, 2001.

Green Design, Design for the Environment, Dorothy Mackenzie, Laurence King Publishing, London, 1997 (2nd edition), ISBN 1 85669 096 2,176 pages, illlustrated.

HAWKEN, Paul. Natural capitalism: creating the next industrial revolution. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1999.

JACSKON, T.; JAGER, W. & STAGL, S. Beyond insatiability: needs theory, consumption and sustainability, in L. Reisch and I. Ropke (eds), The Ecological Economics of Consumption. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2004.

KAZAZIAN, Thierry (org). Haverá a Idade das Coisas Leves. São Paulo: SENAC,2005.

LAYARD, R. Happiness: lessons from a new science. London: Allen Lane, Penguim Books, 2005.

Lofthouse, V. A. (2004). “Investigation into the Role of Core Industrial Designers in Ecodesign Projects.” Design Studies 25(2): pp. 215-227.

Mackenzie, D. (1997). Green Design: Design for the Environment. London, Laurence King Publishing.

MAGARIÑOS, Carlos A. Economic Development and UN Reform: Towards a Common Agenda for Action. A proposal in the context of a Millennium Development Goals. United Nations Industrial Development Organization. Vienna, 2005.

MANZINI, Ezio; Vezzoli, Carlo. O Desenvolvimento de Produtos Sustentáveis: Os Requisitos Ambientais dos Produtos Industriais. São Paulo: EDUSP, 2005.

MARGOLIN, Victor. A World History of Design and a History of the World. Journal of Design History: 2005, v.18(3), p.235-243.

MARSH, George P. Man and Nature or Physical Geography as Modified by Human Action. New York: Charles Scribner, 1865, p.

Meadows, D.H., (1972) The limits to growth – A report for the Club of Rome’s Project on the Predicament of Mankind. London: Earth Island Ltd. 3 -205

NORMAN, Donald A. O Design do Dia à Dia. Rio de Janeiro: Rocco, 2006

OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development). Towards Sustainable Household Consumption? Trends and Policies in OECD. Paris: OECD, 2002.

Papanek, V. (1995). The Green Imperative: Ecology and Ethics in Design and Architecture. London, Thames and Hudson.

PAPANEK, Victor. Design for a Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change. Chicago: Academy Chicago, 1985.

Ponting, C. (1991). A Green History of the World, Penguin.

RYAN, C. Learning from a decade (or so) of eco-design experience: Part I. Journal of Industrial ecology, 7.2, 2003.

Schumacher, E.F., (1974) Small is beautiful: a study of economics as if people mattered. London: Sphere Books, Ltd. pp.255

SEGAL, J. M.  Graceful simplicity: towards a philosophy and politics of simple living. New York: Holt, 1999.

SHOVE, E. Confort, Cleanliness and Convenience: the social organization of normality. Oxford: Berg, 2003.

Smarter all the time / Steeds Slimmer, Ed van Hinte, Netherlands Design Institute, 2000 (http://www.design-inst.nl)

The Ecology of Commerce, how business can save the planet, Paul Hawken, London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1993

TRIGUEIRO, André et al. Meio Ambiente no Século 21. Rio de Janeiro: Sextante, 2003.

TUKKER, A. Leapfrogging into the future: developing for sustainability. International Journal for Innovation and Sustainable Development, 1.1: 65-84, 2005.

Turning Point, The end of the growth paradigm, Robert Ayres, Earthscan publishers, 1998, 258 pages, ISBN 1 85383 439 4 (paperback), ISBN 1 85383 444 0 (hardback)

UN (United Nations). Plan for implemenation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development. New York: UN, 2002.

UNESCO/ONU – Década do Desenvolvimento Sustentável. Disponível em<http://www.unesco.org.br/areas/ciencias/areastematicas/educacaoambiental/index_html/mostra_documento&gt; Última consulta em 05 de setembro de 2007.

VEZZOLI, Carlo. Design for Sustainability: a new research frontiers. Curitiba: 7th P&D – Brazilian Conference on Design Proccedings, 2006.

VEZZOLI, Carlo. System Design for Sustainability: Theory, methods and tools for a sustainable “satisfaction-system”design. Milano: Maggioli Editore, 2007b.

Vision of the future, Philips Corporate Design, Bussum: V+K Publishing, 1996, 200 pages, ISBN 90 66115912

WCED (World Commission on Environment and Development). Our Common Future (The Bruntland Report). New York: United Nations, 1987.

DIMENSÃO SOCIAL

CRUL, M. & DIEHL, J. C. Design for sustainability: a practical approach for developing economies. Paris: United Nations Environmental Programme, Technical University Delft, 2006.

FLORIDA, R. The rise of the creative class and how it is transforming work, leisure, community and everyday life. New York: Basic Books, 2002.

LANDRY, C. The creative city: a toolkit for urban innovators. London: Earthscan Publications, 2000.

MAASE, S. & DORST, K. Co-creation: a way to reach sustainable social innovation, in Proceedings, Perspectives on Radical Changes to Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP), Sustainable Consumption Research Exchange (SCORE!) Network, Copenhagen, April, 2006.

MANZINI, Ezio, Context-based wellbeing and the concept of regenerative solution: A conceptual framework for scenario building and sustainable solutions development. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 2: 141–148. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2002.

MANZINI, Ezio. Design, Ethics and Sustainability: Guidelines for a Transition Phase. Milão: Instituto Politécnico de Milão – DIS/INDACO, 2006a.

O’CONNOR, Frank, HAWKES Dennis, A multi-stakeholder abridged environmentally conscious design approach. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design, Volume 1, Issue 4, Dec 2001, p. 247 – 262.

ONO, Maristela M. Design e Cultura: Sintonia Essencial. Curitiba: Edição da Autora, 2006.

PENIN, L. Strategic Design for Social Sustainability in Emerging Contexts (PhD Thesis; Milan; Politecnico di Milano), 2006.

RAY, PH. & ANDERSON, S. R.  The Cultural creatives: how 50 million people are changing the world. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2000.

SACHS, Ignacy. Desenvolvimento: includente, sustentável, sustentado. Rio de Janeiro: Garamond, 2004.

SACHS, W. & TILMAN, S. (Eds). Fair Future: limited resources and global justice. London: Zed Books, 2007.

SACHS, W. et al. The Jo´burg-Memo: Fairness in a Fragile World. Memorandum for the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Berlin: Henrich Böll Foundation; http://www.boell.de), 2002.

UNEPa – Environmental and Human Well-being: a Pratical Strategy. UN Milleniun Project: a task force for environmental sustainability. London: Earthscan, 2005.

URSINI, T.R., SEKIGUCHI, C. Desenvolvimento Sustentável e Responsabilidade Social: Rumo à Terceira Geração de Normas ISO. Coleção Uniemp Inovação – Inovação e Responsabilidade Social . 2º. Volume. São Paulo: Instituto Uniemp, 2005.

WHITELEY, Nigel. Design for Society. London: Reaktions Book, 1993.

TOOLS

Bhamra, T. A. and V. A. Lofthouse (2003). Information/Inspiration: A web based sustainable design tool. International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED 2003), Stockholm.

Bhamra, T., S. Evans, M. Simon, T. McAloone, S. Poole and A. Sweatman (1999). Integrating Environmental Decisions into the Product Development Process: Part 1 The Early Stages. EcoDesign ’99: First Symposium on Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing, Tokyo, Japan, IEEE.

Charter, M. (1998). “Sustainable design website: linking people, ideas and tools.” Journal of Sustainable Product Design October 1998(7): pp.58-59.

CHAVES, Liliane Iten. Design for Environmental Sustainability: design strategies, methods and tools for the furniture sector. Istituto Politecnico di Milano:

Chiodo, J. (2000). Active Disassembly using Smart Materials (ADSM). 2003.

ERD GUIDELINES – EcoReDesign Guidelines for furniture and building products. Center for Design at RMIT, Melbourne. Disponível em: <http://www.cfd.rmit.edu.au/content/view/full/185&gt; Acesso: 21/06/07

HALEN C. van, VEZZOLI, C., WIMMER, R. Methodology for product service system innovation: How to implement clean, clever and competitive strategies in European industries. Royal Van Gorcum. Assen: 2005.

HELIAS, A., HAES U. e VAN ROOIJEN, M. Life Cycle Approaches:  The road from analysis to practice. UNEP – United Nations Enviroment Programme. Paris, 2002.

HERTWICH, E. Life-cycle approaches to sustainable consumption: a critical review. Environmental Science and Technology, 39, 13: 4673-84, 2005.

How to do EcoDesign?, A guide for environmentally and economically sound design, Ursula Tischner et al., Published by Umweltbundesamt Berlin, 2000 (http://www.econcept.org)

KAREN, Robert W; PARRIS Thomas M; LEISEROWITZ Anthony A. What’s is Sustainable Development: Goals, Indicators, Values and Practices. Journal Issues of Environment: Science and Policy of Sustainable Development. v.47, n. 3, p. 8-21, 2005.

LEE, S.G., LYE, S.W., Design for manual packaging, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management Vol. 33 No. 2. Singapura: 2003. p. 163-189.

Lewis, H., J. Gertsakis, T. Grant, N. Morelli and A. Sweatman (2001). Design + environment, a global guide to designing greener goods, Greenleaf publishing.

Lightness, the inevitable renaissance of minimum energy structures, Adriaan Beukers and Ed van Hinte, 010 publishers, Rotterdam (the Netherlands), 1998, 191 pages, illustrated, ISBN 90-6450-334-6

Lofthouse, V. A. (2001). Facilitating Ecodesign in an Industrial Design Context: An Exploratory Study. Enterprise Integration. Cranfield, Cranfield University. Doctoral Thesis

MALAGUTI, Cintia. Requisitos Ambientais para o Desenvolvimento de Produtos – Manual Técnico. Centro São Paulo Design – CSPD. São Paulo, 2006.

MANZINI, E., VEZZOLI, C. O Desenvolvimento de Produtos Sustentáveis: os requisitos ambientais dos produtos industriais. São Paulo: Edusp – Editora da Universidade de São Paulo, 2002.

MANZINI, Ezio e JEGOU, François. Sustainable everyday: scenarios of urban life. Milão: Edizione Ambiente, 2003.

MANZINI, Ezio, COLLINA, Luisa, EVANS, Stephen. Solution oriented partnership: How to design industrialised sustainable solutions. European Comission Growth Programme. Cranfield: Cranfield University, 2004.

MANZINI, Ezio. Scenarios of sustainable ways of living: Local and global visions: first results of an international program of design workshops. Milano, 2006b.

McAloone, T. (1998). Industry Experiences of Environmentally Conscious Design Integration: An Exploratory Study. School of Industrial and Manufacturing Science – The CIM Institute, Cranfield University: 180. Doctoral Thesis

Our Ecological Footprint, reducing Human Impact on the Earth, Mathis Wackernagel and William Rees, New Society Publishers, Canada, 1996, 176 pages, illustrated, ISBN 0-86571-312-X

RITZEN, Sofia, BESKOW, Cecília, Actions for integrating environmental aspects into product development. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 1: 91-102. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2002.

RMIT (1997). Introduction to EcoReDesign – Improving the environmental performance of manufactured products. Melbourne, Victoria, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology: 12.

ROSE, C. M. “Design for Environment: A Method for Formulating Product End-of- Life Strategies” . Ph.D. dissertation. Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University.November, 2000.

Sherwin, C. (2000). Innovative Ecodesign – An Exploratory and Descriptive Study of Industrial Design Practice. School of Industrial and Manufacturing Science. Cranfield, Cranfield University. Doctoral Thesis

Simon, M., S. Evans, T. McAloone, A. Sweatman, T. Bhamra and S. Poole (1998). Ecodesign Navigator – A key resource in the drive towards environmentally efficient product design, Manchester Metropolitan & Cranfield University.

Smith, M.T. (2000) ‘Eco-design Innovation in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises’. Design Discipline, Technology Faculty, The Open University. PhD Thesis.

STEVELS, Ab. Five ways to be green and profitable. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 1: 81-89. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2002.

SUN, J. Design for environment: methodologies, tools and implementation. Journal of Integrated Design and Processes Science, 7.1, 2003.

Trespassers, inspirations for eco-efficient design, Ed van Hinte and Conny Bakker, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, 1999, ISBN 9064503753 (http://www.010publishers.nl)

WILLIAM, Young C., JACO, Quist, KLARA, Toth, KEVIN, Anderson and KEN, Green. Exploring sustainable futures through ‘Design Orienting Scenarios – The case of shopping, cooking and eating. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 1: p. 117–129. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2001.

Winners! How today’s successful companies innovate by design, John Thackara, BIS, Amsterd am, 1997, 477 pages, ISBN 90 72007 41 7, Illustrated

GREEN MARKETING

Charter, M. and M. J. Polonsky, Eds. (1999). Greener Marketing – A global perspective on greening marketing practice, Greenleaf Publishing.

Green Marketing, Opportunity for Innovation, Jacquelyn A. Ottman, 2nd edition, NTC Business Books, 270 pages, 1998, ISBN 0-8442-3239-4

HART, S. & MILSTEIN, M. B. Global sustainability and the creative destruction of industries. Sloan Management Review, Autumn, 1999:23.

HOLIDAY, C. & PEPPER, J. Sustainability through the market: seven keys to success brief. Geneva: World Business Council for Sustainable Development, 2nd edn; http://www.wbcsd.ch/docroot/x26OhpvANJioGJPFEkBH/stm.pdf (accessed 25 august 2007)

Jedlicka, W. (2001). Consumers – The best force for change. 10th March 2003. http://indes.net/e-publishing

Ottman, J. (1997). Green Marketing – Opportunity for Innovation. Illinois, NTC Business Books.

SMITH, Mark., Eco innovation and marketing transformation. The Journal of Sustainable Product Design 1: 19-26. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Holanda: 2002.

ZABEL, Hans-Ulrich. A Model of Human Behavior for Sustainability. International Journal of Social Economics Volume 32 Number 8 2005 pp. 717-734

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Como disse neste post, amanhã acontece o 1º seminário da Tribuna, com o tema Sustentabilidade.
Será no Centro de Convenções de Vitória, com abertura às 14h.
O credenciamento terá início às 12h30.

Maiores informações no link acima ou no site do evento.

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Irá acontecer, nos dia 5 e 6 de novembro deste ano, na Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, São Paulo, o II Simpósio Brasileiro de Design Sustentável.
O Simpósio Internacional sobre Design Sustentável (ISSD), organizado em conjunto com o Simpósio Brasileiro de Design Sustentável (SBDS), são os mais importantes eventos científicos da América do Sul sobre a questão do Design Sustentável.
O evento reúne designers profissionais, acadêmicos, governo e indústria para discutir conceitos, ferramentas e metodologias sobre a concepção e contribuição para uma sociedade mais sustentável.

O evento vai contar, este ano, com: Jan Carel Diehl, John Thackara, Mugendi M’Rithaa, Dr. Simon Jackson e Carlo Vezzoli.

Pra quem tem interesse no assunto, este evento é uma oportunidade e tanto.
Sem dúvida vou me esforçar ao máximo para participar. Vamos divulgar 😉

fonte: nossa recém-formada amiga designer Verônica, cujo PG posto qualquer dia aqui 🙂

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Dia 17 deste mes irá ocorrer a Feira Cultura da Vila Pompéia, em São Paulo, e a Sea Shepherd Conservation Society estará presente com um stand.
Os objetivos da SSCS (Instituto Sea Shepherd Brasil, assim chamado no Brasil) nesta feira são:
– cadastramento de voluntários na cidade de São Paulo;
– explicar as atividades da SSCS no Brasil e fora;
– conscientização a respeito da vida marinha.

A feira, que acontece todo ano, se inicia às 9h e vai até as 19h do dia 17 (domingo).

Quem tiver interesse em auxiliar durante a feira, favor enviar e-mail para blackmetalbrasilflog@hormail.com (é, poderia ser um email mais “sério”, mas ok…) com o título VOLUNTÁRIO FEIRA CULTURAL POMPÉIA.
No e-mail diga seu nome completo e o horário que pode ajudar durante o evento.

Logo abaixo tem o mapa.
Para chegar de carro:

Próximo ao shopping BOURBON (estacionamento mais seguro). Ruas paralelas à Rua Turiassú, sentido oposto ao estádio.

De transporte público:
Opção 1 > Metrô Barra Funda > Caminhar até o Estádio Palestra Itália > na rua Turiassú, frente da portaria principal do clube, e subir a rua em frente.
Opção 2 > Metrô Vila Madalena > ônibus Pompéia/Barra Funda, do lado oposto ao da estação, na avenida Heitor Penteado (ou qualquer outro que desça a av. Pompéia).

mapa-feira

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Passeata c0ntra o rodeio em Jaguariuna. Tortura não é cultura.
Amanhã, dia 2, às 14h,  na Rodoviária de Jaguariuna.
Para que mora em Campinas e quer ir junto, uma galera estará no Terminal Mercado ao Meio dia (12:00h), para  ir junto. Compareça. Sua presença fará toda a diferença.

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