Design for Planet In Action
Discover how some organisations are putting sustainable design practices at the heart of their work in this series.
SURI: The world's first repairable electric toothbrush
Meet Mark Rushmore (COO) and Dylan Fealtman (Head of Product) at SURI (Sustainable Rituals) who have designed the world first repairable and sustainable electric toothbrush. Their “tiny screw” means you can open the modular toothbrush. Hear about their design approach and challenges they faced in a market not built for repair.
Human centred design is the difference between an idea that looks good on paper and one that works in the real world.
When it comes to solving a problem as omnipresent as climate change, everybody has to be part of the conversation.
A fundamental part of encouraging people to live more sustainably is through equipping them with the practical tools to take control of their carbon footprint.
Innovative design isn’t always about the new. Sometimes it’s about making the most of existing assets and breathing fresh life in to the old.
Electricity suppliers aren’t traditionally associated with fun and innovation, but clean energy supplier Octopus are changing all that.
We tend to be at our most productive when we share ideas and know-how, working together towards a shared goal.
Loop, by Terracycle
Innovative recycling company TerraCycle specialises in typically hard-to-recycle products and packaging that would otherwise end up in landfill.
Half the battle with sustainable design is making the more sustainable choice an appealing one.
The term ethical banking might seem like a contradiction in terms – after all, the finance sector is not usually associated with being a force for good.