The Ethical Interior Designer

An article by Selina Seesunker, from Centric Magazine

On 1 May 2019, the UK Parliament declared a Climate Change Emergency. This has caused a visible push in the production of more electric vehicles to help reduce CO2 emissions, an increase in the reduction and recycling of plastics, and a call to replace old boilers with more economical and environmentally friendly ones. But what does this mean for interior design? Is it as easy as replacing a halogen light bulb for an LED, installing solar panels, or sending our old furniture to a recycling centre? Can designers and home owners do more?

To read more find the full article on the Centric Magazine Website.

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