“Don’t do things today that make tomorrow worse” – Nathan Shedroff’s book, “Design is the Problem”, presents a practical and straight-forward explanation of sustainable design. He divides it into five parts; learning how to reduce, reuse, recycle, restore, and process.
Further the book explains:
- How sustainability isn’t as difficult to understand and address as many would have you think
- Several of the leading frameworks and perspectives on sustainability
- How to insert sustainability into the development process that you’re already using
- The many, practical strategies that make the products, services, and events you design and develop more sustainable—right now