See the work in progress of the projects we are developing the Master IMSD 2010-2011


SHARED CONSUMPTION 

Description:
A social enterprise that aims to create awareness regarding sustaible consumption and to develop a platform/network where individuals can come together as a community. Through our platform/network individuals will be able to share goods and skills with members of their community and reduce mass-consumption habits.
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Participants:
Marcela Durón Tabora
Marie-Laure Moens de Hase
Giulio Monesi
Natalia Sant´Anna Torres
PROFITABILITY SUSTAINABILITY ENERGY SECTOR
Description:
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Participants:
Christelle Dichamp
Carlos García-Borreguero
Elisa Gómez González
Jan Rabe
FEED YOUR LEARNING
Description:
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Participants:
Jholany Paola Avila
Sofía Costa Alves da Silva
Laura Pichardo García
Carolina Sanabria
GREEN INTERVENTIONS
Description:
GreenSphere is a replicable framework of interventions for urban sustainability. It provides an understanding of the different measures that can be implemented in neighbourhoods. This framework is then applied to create a tailored GreenSphere project for Valle Real, a private condominium in Guadalajara, Mexico. The proposal is based on the local characteristics, regulatory framework and financial instruments available to support a project of this kind.
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Participants:
Hélène Gorny
Daniela Noriega
Alejandra Tapia Regla
SOCIAL CORPORATION AS CSR
Description:
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Participants:
Mauricio Arce León
Javier de Corral Villota
Alba Muñoz Saiz
CLICK TIGHT SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS POLYMER
Description:
Comparison of two business cases which are the result of writing a business plan with a conventional (soley for profit) and sustainable (people, planet, profit) focus for the ClickTight (an innovative clenching system for laces).
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Participants:
Alejandra de la Torre
Markus Mutter
Jurriën Samuël Theuvenet
FOREST CERTIFICATION LIVELIHOOD SUSTAINABILITY
Description:
Assesment of conceptual and practical approaches of Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification system that improve both rural livehoods and forest sustainability.
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Participants:
Martin Ambe Shu