2019 Sustainable Business and Design Conference: Biomaterials, Biomimicry, and Reversing Global Warming Through Education and Empowerment

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2019 Sustainable Business and Design Conference: Biomaterials, Biomimicry, and Reversing Global Warming Through Education and Empowerment

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Discover the intersection of science, technology, and design where Danielle aims to encourage a departure from conventional materials and production techniques in search of long-term, sustainable solutions. With an emphasis on biofabrication and biomimicry, much of her work upholds a fundamental value of nature and embodies a systems thinking approach that benefits all life on this planet.
Speaker: Danielle Trofe, Danielle Trofe Design
This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Sustainability Council at FIT hosts a Sustainable Business and Design Conference each spring. The event provides a platform for collaboration and discussion throughout the creative industries, highlighting advances in sustainable design and thought leadership. Environmental and social challenges and potential solutions are explored through innovative student projects, cross-institutional research, and industry partnerships. In recent years, breakout sessions have included topics such as farm-to-fashion, textile development, sustainable fashion supply chain, mindfulness in design, and packaging materials and recycling. The wide-ranging program features keynote speakers, panels, and projects that delve into pressing issues and exciting developments in the industry.
This year’s Sustainable Business and Design Conference theme was Innovating for the Future. It offers branding and speaking opportunities, as well as brand logo placement on conference marketing collateral.

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Fashion Institute of Technology

Date Created

2019-04-03

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24:22

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