CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION 2019

Road to 2030: Sustainability, Business Models, Innovation and Design

22nd International Conference
4th-5th March 2019
Business School
University for the Creative Arts
Epsom
Surrey
KT18 5BE
UK

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Reviewed Papers: Programme and Abstracts

Title

Market Transformation

Organisational Dimensions, Innovation Processes and New Business Models 1

Organisational Dimensions, Innovation Processes and New Business Models 2

Case Studies 1

Case Studies 2

Location M121 – 1st floor Auditorium M213a – 2nd floor M213b – 2nd floor M207 – 2nd floor
Chair Dr Augusta Maria Paci
Technology Director
Consiglio Nazionale delle
Ricerche
Italy
Professor Fred Steward
Innovation and Sustainability
Policy Studies Institute
University of Westminster
UK
Professor Mattias Lindahl
Department of Management and Engineering
Linköping University
Sweden
Professor Lisbeth Ottosen
Department of Civil Engineering
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
Ichin Cheng
Director
Sustainable Innovation Lab
UK
10.15 2030: Mass Customization Will be the Only Viable Business Model in the Fashion Industry. Gateways to Revalorisation in Future Circular Cities: A Vision for Closed‐Loop Resource Flows. Virtual Reality as a Tool for Participatory Architectural Design. Eliminating Avoidable Plastic waste by 2042: a Use‐Based Approach to Decision and Policy Making.
E Bigger
Consulatant
UK
A Zeeuw van der Laan and M Aurisicchio
Imperial College London
UK
E Dedekargınoğlu and M Yilmaz
Hacettepe University
Turkey
E Burlow
Resource Futures
UK
Abstracts Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract
10:45 #Sorry. New Micro Housing: An Approach to Enhancing Wellbeing and Sustainability. SEEbalance® ‐ a Newly Developed Approach for the Evaluation of Social Impacts Along Value Chains. Reducing Textile Waste in the Apparel Industry ‐ Exploring EPR as an Option. Moving Towards Green Economy: Brazilian Footwear First Steps.
E Szczotka
University for the Creative Arts
UK
T Antoniuk
University of Alberta
US
P Saling, A Alba Pérez, T
Gruenenwald and P Koelsch

BASF SE
Germany
K Burton
Fashion Institute of Technology
US
G Duarte
Federal University of Paraná
Brazil
Abstracts Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract
11.15 Circular Economy and Implementation of Paris Agreement Objectives Case Study – Recovering, Recycling of Plastic Waste and Production of SynGas Informal and Formal Sector In Mexico. Never Make Predictions, Especially About The Future: What TRIZ Tells Us About Sustainability In 2030. A Design-Theoretic Review of Sustainable Product Development Literature. The Life Cycle of Smart Devices in 2030: The Effect of Technology Trends and Circular Economy Drivers on Future Products. Sustainable Fashion: Designers’ Perspective in the Mass Apparel Retailing Sector.
L Munoz
Viña del Mar University
Chile
D Mann
University of Buckingham
UK
J Schöggl
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Sweden
K Schischke, N F Nissen and K Lang
Fraunhofer IZM
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
P.D. Munasinghe, A. Druckman and D.G.K. Dissanayake
University of Surrey, UK
University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
Abstracts Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract
11:45 Systemic Design Approach; Bring Holistic Governance into Europe’s 2030 Economic Paradigms. Sandbox Zero: Rethinking Sustainability‐As‐Usual. World Complexity, Human Values and Developing Thinking “Critically” . An Approach Proposal in Sustainable Design: Design From Waste Materials in Context of Re-Use Method. Future‐Proof Sustainability.
C Nohra and S Barbero
Politecnico di Torino
Italy
R Godelnik
Parsons School of Design
US
D. Michel Judkiewicz
Silver‐Brains
France
M Yilmaz and D Tüfekҫioğlu
Hacettepe University
Turkey
J Watson
AMFI‐Netherlands Fashion Institute
Netherlands
Abstracts Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract
12.15 2030: Black Textiles Become Illegal. Insects for Protein: Disruptive Business Models and Approaches to Waste Management. Packaging Innovation to Support the Emerging Circular Economy in the Food and Drinks Industry – Designing for a Sustainable Future. The Use of Crowd-Design for Sustainability: A Case Study on a Large Organisation.
E Bigger
Consultant
UK
J. Suckling and A. Druckman
University of Surrey
UK
R Coles
Emagine Packaging Limited
UK
I B Dickie and A Dos Santos
University of Joinville and Region Federal University of Parana
Brazil
Abstracts Abstract Abstract Abstract Abstract
12:45 Sustainable Behaviour Change: Can Personal Sustainability Practices(PSPs) Make It Work? Data Centres in 2030: comparative case studies that illustrate the potential of Design for the Circular Economy as an enabler of Sustainability. Building a Sustainable and Inclusive Value Chain Network in the Andean Camelid Textile Sector. Wardrobe Detox With a Purpose. G-ROAD, not merely another road, but a “green & healthy” Silk Road.
R Godelnik
Parsons School of Design
US
D Andrews and B Whitehead
London South Bank University
Operational Intelligence Ltd
UK
A Marina, S A Aranburu, N
Maffey, M Ranta, H Lyer, et al

France
A Soocheta and K Rajmun
University of Mauritius
THE MINIMALIST
Mauritius
P Ruge
Peter Ruge Architekten
Germany
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For more information on Sustainable Innovation 2019   please contact:

Professor Martin Charter
Director
The Centre for Sustainable Design ®
University for the Creative Arts
UK
Tel: + 44 (0) 1252 892772
Fax: + 44 (0) 1252 892747
Email: mcharter@ucreative.ac.uk
Website: cfsd.org.uk

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