Lisa Nathan, Eric Meyers
Sustainability—what people value and want to uphold into the future—is an ethical statement. Rising sea levels, extraordinary temperatures, and catastrophic storms are forcing peoples around the world to articulate what they value and envision as essential for the future. The results of this valuing are not shared, universal, or constant. Yet, in a world desensitized to "green washing," sustainability certification regimes, and eco-slogans, it is rare to find spaces where conceptualizations of sustainability are acknowledged to be inherently situated, contested, and shifting. How might interaction designers encourage discourses that enrich our visions of sustainability? Insights Responding to the…
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