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Appropriate technology; Renewable resources; Source reduction; and Waste
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2015-11-05)
Multi-stakeholder perspectives on the challenges and success factors for scaling up upcycling businesses in fashion industry in the UK
(Grafima Publications, 2017-10-01)
The fashion industry causes serious environmental impacts through its consumption of energy and material resources and its use of chemicals. Alternatives to business-as-usual practices within the fashion industry can ...
Sarah Turner–Eco-artist and designer through craft-based upcycling
(Craft Research, 2015-03-01)
Sarah Turner is an eco-artist and designer who practices craft-based upcycling with waste plastic bottles and cans to create lighting, sculpture and decorative home interior products. Since 1998, her enthusiasm, creativity ...
A review on upcycling: Current body of literature, knowledge gaps and a way forward
(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2015-04-13)
Upcycling is a process in which used materials are converted into something of higher value and/or quality in their second life. It has been increasingly recognised as one promising means to reduce material and energy use, ...
An alternative approach to influencing behaviour: Adapting Darton’s Nine Principles framework for scaling up individual upcycling
(Design Research Society, 2016-06-27)
Behaviour change or influencing behaviour has recently been recognised as a new role of design by design academics and practitioners. Some approaches have been explored in past research, yet most focused on behaviour ...
Scaling up British fashion upcycling businesses: Multi-stakeholder perspectives
(Global Fashion Conference 2018, 2018-12-31)
Purpose: Fashion upcycling, the process of using waste clothing and textiles to create new products, is an alternative to business-as-usual practices which can effectively address concerns on excessive consumption of energy ...
Factors Influencing Upcycling for UK Makers
Changing consumer behaviour can reduce environmental impacts. Upcycling is one of the understudied yet promising, environmentally sustainable behaviours that has the potential to contribute to the reduction of waste and ...
Developing Interventions for Scaling Up UK Upcycling
(Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2019-07-19)
Upcycling presents one of many opportunities for reducing consumption of materials and energy. Despite recent growth evidenced by increasing numbers of practitioners and businesses based on upcycling, it remains a niche ...
Individual upcycling practice: Exploring the possible determinants of upcycling based on a literature review
(The Centre for Sustainable Design, 2014-11-04)
Individual upcycling – the creation or creative modification of any product out of used materials in an attempt to generate a product of higher quality or value than the compositional elements – has recently been advocated ...