sustainability - ecodesign en Certificate in Sustainable Design Innovation - Ireland <p><img class="floatleft mceItem" src="../../sites/" alt="" height="151" width="211"> </p><p>&nbsp;</p> <p>TEPUI has co-developed with IT Carlow and the Design Ireland Skillnet <strong>a certificate course in Sustainable Design Innovation</strong>. This module has now been accredited as an ECTS 10 credit Level 9 module (post- Masters Degree) by the Irish Higher Education and Training Awards Council, HETAC. </p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>This 15-week course ran for two consecutive years, with students coming from a variety of backgrounds, most being mid-career professionals. They included architects, landscape designers, graphic designers, fashion designers, industrial materials designers, planners, industrial product designers, design managers, marketing managers and other business managers with responsibility for new product development (NPD), company strategy and design. In other words, representation was broad, and this served to enrich the exchange of ideas and experiences in the class.</p><p>&nbsp;</p> <p>In 2008/2009 and 2009/2010, the program consisted of........................<p><a href="">read more</a></p> courses ecodesign innovation training Thu, 16 Dec 2010 21:54:03 +0000 erik 67 at The Green Revolution <p> TEPUI´s vision of creating ´Sustainability Partnerships with Nature´ is based on the belief that we have to work together with nature in order to address contemporary environmental problems we are facing.This is the reason that we want to promote Living Technologies, a mix of timeless biological processes and current innovations inspired by nature´s technologies, as solutions to environmental repair and restoration.<p><a href="">read more</a></p> ecodesign inspiration living technologies Mon, 10 Nov 2008 12:15:21 +0000 judith 69 at Design for Water - Book Review <p> <img class="floatleft mceItem" src="/sites/" alt="Design for Water Front Cover" width="127" height="155">I am reading my "newest favourite" book just now, the sort of book I can't wait to open at breakfast, and which keeps me at my coffee longer than usual. It's Heather Kinkade-Levario's "Design for Water: Rainwater Harvesting, Stormwater Catchment and Alternate Water Reuse". </p> <p> Sounds a bit, erm, DRY you say? </p><p><p><a href="">read more</a></p> book review ecodesign water management Wed, 16 Jul 2008 19:54:19 +0000 erik 64 at