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Re: The ultimate diagram for how P2 relates to the world
- Subject: Re: The ultimate diagram for how P2 relates to the world
- From: Janet Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 11:14:58 -0400
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For a complex but fascinating map of sustainability themes and tools and
here. P2 and green design are not there, but you can see
where they would go.
Such diagrams run the risk of balkanizing us again (How do you link
P2 with healthy communities?). Simpler ones may be the best way to go...
the Natural Step funnel of reduced choices in a resource limited future
with P2 offering the strategy to widen choices again. Or the EMS
cycle with P2 the way to improve.
Good luck with your class, and keep up the good work!
At 03:00 PM 8/14/2006 -0500, you wrote:
I'm team teaching a class this Fall
and was looking for some sort of diagram that relates P2 to
sustainability, clean production, DfE, and any other buzz words out
there. If you have one that you have found useful, please forward
it on. Thanks!
Minnesota Technical Assistance Program
University of Minnesota
Helping Minnesota businesses maximize resource efficiency, prevent
pollution and reduce costs.
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