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Green Models in Classroom

Design teachers must spread pedagogical processes for a green world to reduce the impact of our academic exercises on the local environment.

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Natalia Echeverry Díaz
Feb 2015

Now a days, recycling is one goal for the "Future" generations, but this is just because of the need for the world to continue existing; ¿What would happen if we make everyone, kids, grandparents, dads, and everyone take some conscience about it?, we have to make everyone makes something for the world that we owned, let’s make other people, not just us as Industrial Design students, everyone in the communities, notice about the problem that we are facing and have a change for our place.

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