Demand for Sustainable Materials Must Come from Designers, And Other Industry News

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web. 

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  • Interiors+Sources reports that creating a demand and connecting with materials scientists can help show the need and desire for sustainable products.
  • Business leaders are wrestling with how to integrate formal and informal learning spaces at work to nurture a necessary upskilling culture, says Raconteur. But why are they so important?
  • New York City’s Green New Deal has been passed. Grist explains what this means.
  • By offering better design, flexible lease terms, as well as lower deposit requirements, YourStory shares why coworking spaces are preferred not just by startups, but by large enterprises and SMEs as well.
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