The Design Methods to Decarbonise your Business course at the Design Museum provides participants with the knowledge and tools necessary to reduce the carbon emissions within their business.
Join this one-day introductory workshop to discover methods to measure and reduce your business carbon emissions and learn about innovative design-led net-zero solutions.
Delivered in person at the Design Museum, the key role of this one-day introductory-level decarbonisation course for businesses is to support you to start implementing carbon reduction actions immediately.
Whatever business sector you are in or level of design interest or expertise, the workshop will equip you with the knowledge and tools needed to start decarbonising your business now.
Through the facilitation of designer Alexie Sommer, you will learn from a team of experts while gaining practical insights from business leaders Sony and Notpla.
Aimed at business leaders and those tasked with greening their organisations, this course will introduce decarbonisation methodologies, including Life Cycle Assessment, GHG Protocol and carbon management platforms.
Using practical business case studies and innovation stories from our current exhibition Waste Age: What can design do? the course will explore innovative net-zero carbon solutions and provide a rich and stimulating mixture of new ideas and practical tools.
Top image: view of the Post Waste exhibition section looking at the use and application of algae. Panel of tiles and 3D printed Vessels by Atelier Luma/Luma Arles, I.C.W Studio Klarenbeek & Dros, 2017 to 2021.
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