Designing sustainable sanitation through transdisciplinary research: a pilot project of nutrient recovery and reuse
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- Cumulus - International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media - Shanghai Conference 2010: Young Creators for Better City and Better Life, 2010, pp. 339 - 346
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Designs contribution to the sustainable development of infrastructural systems of consumption (eg. water, sanitation, transport, agriculture) has primarily been in optimizing existing products, processes and services. Any transition towards sustainability will however need to move beyond finite solutions to complex problems and consider ambitious innovation across multiple components of the existing system, including its technologies, organizations, institutions, infrastructures and social habits of practice.
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