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Jeremy Faludi

Jeremy Faludi
UC Berkeley

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Jeremy Faludi (LEED AP BD+C), is a sustainable design strategist and educator. He is co-author of the Autodesk Sustainability Workshop, and has taught green product design at Stanford and elsewhere. He has contributed to six books on sustainability, including Worldchanging: A User’s Guide for the 21st Century. A bicycle he helped design appeared in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum’s exhibit “Design for the Other 90%”, and he designed the prototype of AskNature.org for The Biomimicry Institute. He is currently at UC Berkeley.

Sessions

Foundations
Location: Fire House
Jeremy Faludi (UC Berkeley)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Myths abound on the environmental impacts of 3D printing: Will it really eliminate waste? Will it eliminate shipping? Will it create more problems than it solves? This talk will summarize the first comprehensive life-cycle assessment ever to compare 3D printing with traditional machining. It will dispel some myths and confirm others, ending with guidelines for how to make 3D printing greener. Read more.