Autodesk.com, a software solutions and design company for engineers and designers, set up this video as a quick tutorial on whole systems and lifecycle thinking design for their sustainability workshop series. While the video is geared towards students in engineering and design, the out-of-the box method of thinking can be beneficial for almost anyone looking at a complex sustainability (or business, or CSR) problem, and is a great reminder that using a methodical, full-view approach to a problem can often present us with unique solutions in greater numbers.
Lauren Bates is a Community Manager of the Toronto Sustainability Speakers Series where she coordinates and co-hosts the event Twitter chats and webcasts, and works on sustainability awareness and networking via TSSS’s various social media streams.
Very effective communication, well done.
An impressive example and presentation. I’ll be using this in a graduate course in principles of sustainability.
@c57a592d048f99a2637e656daf9f4a87:disqus Glad you like it! We have many more at http://sustainabilityworkshop.autodesk.com and we always love to hear how you use them in the classroom. My best,
(Autodesk Sustainability + dMBA Professor, California College of the Arts)