february, 2021

25feb2:00 pm3:00 pmWebinar | Being bad to do good - Making education for sustainability fun and memorable by Deborah Andrews

Time

(Thursday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm(GMT+01:00) View in my time

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FSLCI[email protected] Neue Promenade 7, 10178 Berlin

Speakers for this event

  • Dr. Deborah Andrews

    Dr. Deborah Andrews

    Associate Professor @ London South Bank University

    Dr. Andrews has over 20 years expertise in sustainable design and manufacture and is proud to be a chartered environmentalist.

    In addition to teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate design and engineering courses, Deborah carries out enterprise and consultancy work for external clients. She is also actively involved in research and supervises industry and EPSRC-funded PhD projects with particular emphasis on design for sustainability, Life Cycle Assessment and the Circular Economy.

    Dr. Andrews is currently the academic lead on CEDaCI, an Interreg NWE-funded project with partners in Germany, Netherlands, France to develop a Circular Economy for the Data Centre Industry. The multidisciplinary project is bringing together stakeholders from across the sector to increase reuse, recycling and reclamation of resources by designing for the Circular Economy, developing recycling technology and changing user behaviour.

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    URL https://www.lsbu.ac.uk/about-us/people/people-finder/dr-deborah-andrews

    Associate Professor @ London South Bank University

Event Details

In a time of significant cultural, social and economic change young people often feel over-whelmed by environmental concerns and sustainability. We have developed a novel educational strategy that uses reverse psychology to address this and make Education for Sustainability fun and memorable.

Please join me and students from the Engineering Product and Product Design courses at London South Bank University to learn about their experiences of ‘being bad’ and how this approach has helped them embody sustainability into the design projects.

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