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Design Victoria Presents Delivering Eco-Design: Principles & Introduction

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT


Digital Harbour, Ground Floor, Innovation Building, 1010 Latrobe Street, Docklands
Australia

30 September 2008

Eco-design – or known internationally as ‘design for the environment’ or ‘design for sustainability’, is crucial in moving Victoria towards a more sustainable future.

Design Victoria is partnering with the Centre for Design at RMIT University, leaders in eco-design research and industry professionals to deliver the Business Ready eco-design seminar and workshop series for designers, design consultancies and in-house design teams.

The seminars and workshops will impart strategies for the effective integration of environmental considerations into design.

Eco-design is not a future phenomenon - it is here now.

Engaging with sustainability initiatives present many opportunities and advantages for Victoria’s design industry professionals. Sustainability and environmentally sensitive products are rapidly becoming one of the key drivers for commercial advantage, defining industry leaders along the way.

This introductory seminar will provide an overview of the fundamental eco-design principles and strategies adopted by industry and how best to guide your clients through the sustainability journey.


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