Browsing All Posts filed under »Sustainability Subsistence«

An Active Perspective to Sustainability Education

October 24, 2012


Although education is considered as one of the most effective approaches in terms of addressing sustainability challenges and formulating solutions, my main ambition is trying to indicate the fact that traditional education methods remain inadequate in this regard. This is because these methods are based on passive and teacher-centred approaches to learning.  So, inFebruary 2012 I went […]

BIG, Bjarke InGels – Hedonistic Sustainability

April 9, 2012


It was a loooooong winter for LUMES Channel. no? Sorry for absence, ppl! Now, we are back with Bjarke Ingels! Google it now! if  you have no idea with BIG( Bjarke Ingels Group) or Bjarke Ingels! Then, immediately, you could see how famous he is and how much the danish architect is highly involved with many […]

12′ Stockholm Furniture Fair

February 18, 2012


Hello, people! Currently, I am doing my master’s thesis on Sustainable design (in general). And, the topic is more focused on Green furniture and Design thinking. So, I’ve visited Stockholm Furniture Fair during 2012 Stockholm Design Week on the 5th week. Here, I would like to share some photos from Möbelmässan(furniture fair) and general issues […]

Is green certification good for biodiversity?

January 15, 2012


Hej, LUMESians! It was long break! Isn’t it? Batch 14 is now struggling for their thesis projects in Sweden, India, Turkey, Japan, Finland, Denmark, US, Canada, Australia, England, Colombia etc. At the moment, many people are away from Lund and back to their hometown. This is an article from Forbes. I read it one night. […]

UngBo 12

December 27, 2011


Hello, Lumesians! Hope you all are having wonderful holidays! Season’s greetings from LUMES Channel! And, here, I introduce some local project, UngBo 12, carrying out in Malmö. Since we took a course ‘Urban systems and Sustainability’ by Mr.Anderberg, I am very much interested in those urban planning projects of Malmö and Copenhagen. As we learned, […]

#Occupy Movement – Environmental Cause?

December 10, 2011


With the Occupy protests still going strong, many are taking a more critical look at the actual issues the movement is addressing. Although the environmental aspects of the Occupy movement may not be at the forefront of mainstream media attention, they are playing a significant role in the demands of protestors. Concerns for the well being […]

The Greenest Country on Earth

December 6, 2011


Check this video from CNN’s EcoSolutions. It describes Bhutan’s new energy solution. The kingdom of Bhutan Bhutan is the last of the Himalayan kingdoms. The small country is situated in the nooks and crannies of the highest mountain range on earth. It’s a special place that didn’t have paved roads until the 1960s, was off-limits to […]