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Bay Area Made: Making a Sustainable Future exhibit for SF Design Week
June 15 - June 25
Bay Area Made: Making a Sustainable Future
Sustainability is no longer a choice – it’s imperative! If pollution and the symptoms of global warming such as drought, flooding, sea-level rise, and species extinction aren’t enough of a warning, with the coronavirus pandemic Mother Nature has made it abundantly clear and increased the level of urgency. Our future depends on it.
All of the 39 exhibiting Bay Area Made members are committed to sustainability and the exhibit highlights what sustainable practices they are currently implementing in their products and businesses, and their plans moving forward. Being more sustainable is a process, and we hope the exhibit will provide education and inspiration – important ingredients in creating positive change. From the clothes we wear to the food we eat, to the products we use daily, what WE MAKE locally really does matter.
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About SF Design Week
SF Design Week is an essential week long, citywide festival that showcases the unique intersection of ideas, design, business & entrepreneurism that makes the Bay Area the birthplace of the future. Taking place from June 15th to 25th, the theme of this years design week is Intentional Distortions. With the challenges we all face due to the pandemic, participants are invited to respond to this new global reality and reimagine how design can solve problems society faces.