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CfSD launches new website

The Centre for Sustainable Design (CfSD) has launched a new site to better keep users informed on research, projects and training offered by the centre.
The CfSD was established in 1995 and has led and participated in a range of research projects and organised more than a hundred conferences, workshops and training courses focused on sustainable innovation and product sustainability.

The centre has worked closely with business, policy making and research communities for two decades and offers six services focused on sustainable innovation and product sustainability in research, projects, training, events, networks and resources, details of which can be found on the new website here.

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2 August 2011

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