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Green Products by Design: Choices for a Cleaner Environment

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Green Products by Design: Choices for a Cleaner Environment

Publisher: University Press of the Pacific
ISBN/ASIN: 1410222292
ISBN-13: 9781410222299
Number of pages: 119

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Traditional formulas of environmental management are being reassessed. In this report, OTA provides a conceptual overview of how designers might integrate environmental concerns with traditional design objectives, and how policymakers can best take advantage of such opportunities.

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