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REFERENCES

Here you can find some references that support this research project:

  1. Behrendt, S., et all (1997). Life Cycle Design. A Manual for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

  2. Birkeland, J. (2005). Design for sustainability - a sourcebook of integrated eco-logical solutions. London: Earthscan Publications.

  3. Bhamra, T. & Lofthouse, V. (2007) Design for sustainability - a practical approach, Hampshire: Gower.

  4. Brezet, H. & Hemel, C. (1997). Ecodesign - a Promising Approach to Sustainable Production & Consumption. Paris: UNEP.

  5. Burall, P. (1991). Green Design. Londres: Design Council.

  6. Chapman, J. (2005). Emotionally durable design - objects, experiences and empathy. Londres: Earthscan Publications.

  7. Charter, M., & Tischner, U. (Eds.). (2001). Sustainable Solutions – Developing Products and Services for the Future. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing.

  8. Datschefski, E. (2001). The Total Beauty os Sustainable Products. Suiça: Rotovision.

  9. Frazão, R., Peneda, C. & Fernandes, R. (2006). Adoptar a Perspectiva de Ciclo de Vida. Lisboa: INETI – CenDES.

  10. Fuad-Luke, A. (2002). The Eco-Design Handbook – A Complete Sourcebook for the Home and Office (1ª ed.). Londres: Thames and Hudson.

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  12. IPCC, (2007), WGI Fourth Assessment Report - Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis - Summary for Policymakers, Paris: IPCC.

  13. Laurel, B. (ed.) (2003). Design research – methods and perspectives. Cambridge: MIT Press.

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