Creative Executive Shampoo Changfu Shih believes that design should be happy, environmentally friendly, and colorful. It should also able to create true value out of innovation and make sustainable development possible. (in Chinese)
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ON NOV 28, 2012
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ON SEP 20, 2013
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BY MICHIKO STAS
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ON JAN 27, 2016
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Designing Personal Sustainability
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Sustainability is a Lifestyle, Not a Diet
BY ZOFIA PIETROWICZ
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ON APR 30, 2019
Zofia Pietrowicz is a senior at Lawrence Technological University, where she will graduate later this month in May, 2019. While the focus of her studies has been that of multi-disciplinary design, all of her focus circles around the idea of sustainability.
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