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Context-based Well-being ............................................................. Well-being as a Development of Capacity .................................... 2.6.1 Unsustainable Comfort .................................................... 2.6.2 Disabling and Enabling Solutions.................................... The Forces Behind Changes ..........................................................

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A Social Learning Process...................................................................... 3.1 Introduction ................................................................................... 3.2 The Production–Consumption System .......................................... 3.3 Consumers/Users and Co-producers.............................................. 3.3.1 The (Potential) Strength of Consumers............................ 3.3.2 Critical Consumption ....................................................... 3.4 People as Co-producers ................................................................. 3.5 Active Minorities and Auspicious Cases ....................................... 3.6 Enterprises and New Forms of Partnership ................................... 3.6.1 Producing Value by Reducing Consumption ................... 3.6.2 New Methods of Running Business ................................. 3.6.3 Eco-efficient Businesses .................................................. 3.6.4 From Product to System Eco-efficiency .......................... 3.6.5 Looking for New Solutions.............................................. 3.6.6 Starting from the Results.................................................. 3.6.7 Business and Social Innovation ....................................... 3.7 The Public Sector (and the Rules of the Game)............................. 3.7.1 Facilitate the Social Process of Learning ......................... 3.7.2 Amplifying the Feedback................................................. 3.7.3 Supporting the Offer of Alternative Solutions ................. 3.7.4 Promoting Adequate Communication.............................. 3.7.5 Designating Adequate Economical Costs to Natural Resources ........................................................ 3.7.6 Extended Producer Responsibility ................................... 3.8 Designers and Co-designers .......................................................... 3.8.1 Limits and Opportunities of the Designer’s Role............. 3.8.2 Operative Fields for Design for Sustainability.................

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Life Cycle Design .................................................................................... 4.1 Introduction ................................................................................... 4.2 Environmental Requirements of Industrial Products..................... 4.3 Product Life Cycle......................................................................... 4.3.1 Introduction...................................................................... 4.3.2 Pre-production.................................................................. 4.3.3 Production ........................................................................

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