The Sustainability Handbook for Design & Technology Teachers
The authors introduce the big issues, link climate change and poverty to sustainable design, and encourage us all to develop as active citizens taking on our environmental responsibilities. Each of the six Rs - rethink, refuse, reduce, reuse, repair and recycle - is considered in relation to each focus area, with suggested activities and sources of further information.
The handbook has been produced by Practical Action in collaboration with the Centre for Alternative Technology.
|Prelims (Acknowledgements, Contents, Introduction)|
|1. Sustainable Design – the big issues|
|2. Social, Economic & Environmental Choices|
|3. Taking Practical Action|
|4. The Six Rs – activities for students|
|11. Eco-design Tools|
|End matter (Where to find more information)|
Ian Capewell Ian Capewell works in Practical Action’s education department and was previously a teacher and advisor in secondary education for over 25 years.