The Centre for Sustainable Design (CfSD) was established in 1995 within the Faculty of Design at The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College, in the UK. CfSD has organised over 30 conferences and workshops, and undertaken a wide range of research and training projects on eco-product development and sustainable product design. It has achieved an international reputation for high quality, innovative, leading-edge work. CfSD is supported by an international advisory board.
CfSD focuses on three core areas:
This programme focuses on the practical issues of managing and implementing environmentally considered product development and design. It incorporates conferences, workshops, training, research, and publications.
This programme explores 'blue sky' issues in relation to the broader and complex issues of balancing e3s issues in product and service development and design. It incorporates conferences, workshops, research, and publications.
300 Environmental Communications
This programme explores design and design management issues in relation to environmental communications, with a particular focus on corporate environmental reporting. It incorporates research, workshops, training and publications.