Aims and Activities
Designing materials, products, projects, systems, environments and communities which are benign to living species and planetary ecology.
Encouraging professional and consumer awareness of ecological design and choices.
Encouraging people to share knowledge, skills and experience and to provide a network for those who wish to incorporate ecological concerns into their creative and productive work.
Education and the involvement of young people to facilitate the spread of ecodesign in the training of designers and innovators.
Commissioning research, evaluation and the setting of standards for ecological projects, services, materials and products.
Responding to government initiatives.
Seminars, lectures, workshops and site visits to projects which have an ecological approach to design and living.
Publishing a printed magazine two or three times per year.
Sharing email bulletins informing members about events and other items of interest.
Publishing a series of Design Guides