Sustainability

Slow Design: why risk flygskam when you can tågskryt

The Light Review finished 2019 with a couple of pieces on Slow Design (add links). Its one of those philosophical […]

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Sustainable thinking – just look up!

I’d like you to imagine this: you’re rolling through the Wessex countryside. In front of you the road stretches out […]

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Low energy? It’s not good enough

Low energy is no longer enough, we have to look forward to a truly sustainable industry. The lighting industry can […]

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Recolight Conference: Lighting and the Circular Economy

Transformation to a circular economy is increasingly being seen as essential if manufacturing is to be sustainable.  This will become […]

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Slow Design: the principles

A few weeks back, we introduced you to the concept of Slow Design. Since then we’ve been asked to expand […]

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Slow Design: an introduction

At PLDC 2019, in Rotterdam, the audience was introduced to the principle of ‘slow design’. Dr. Amardeep Dugar, ably assisted […]

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Recolight

Recolight: disturbing news on scale of WEEE non-compliance

Disturbing EU-wide scale of WEEE non-compliance through online marketplaces The results of a multi-national study into non-compliance of product sold […]

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Recycling isn’t always the right answer

It might seem strange for the CEO of a recycling scheme to argue that recycling is not always the right […]

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The Future for the Circular Economy

I sat down with Simon Fisher of F Mark the other day and we talked about where lighting product design […]

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Can I borrow your pen?

Last week I wrote about the Climate Change Challenge and its good to see that everyone’s keeping their heads down, […]

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