Course Director, Adam de Eyto, will join us for an information session to give background and context to the Design for Sustainability and Circular Economies Certificate programme and answer questions on the content, structure, career impact and opportunities.
Put your questions to Adam in our information session.
Book your information session:
Tuesday, December 13th 2022 | 5pm – 6pm
About Design for Sustainability and Circular Economies Certificate
The Design for Sustainability and Circular Economies Certificate facilitates and supports design professionals in their practice-based enquiry into Design for sustainability.
Suited to practitioners from all design disciplines, it invites designers to identify opportunities to adapt with agility, to re-shape and remodel existing approaches within their own design practice and wider design communities and build on valuable and existing skillsets through the adoption of regenerative, circular and sustainable practices in order to address global challenges at their roots, enact meaningful change, make a real impact now and future-proof their design processes.
Guided by expert specialists, this course will equip participants with the tools to actively query existing modes of design for sustainability, deepen their understanding of Life Cycle Thinking, Circular Economy Principles and Regenerative Design Practices, gather industry insights, generate dynamic discussion with both peers and subject matter experts, co-design for best practice and propose new ways of shaping our design futures.
Read more about the Certificate in Design for Sustainability and Circular Economies.
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