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'''Appropriate technology''' refers to both a design process, and the resulting technologies, that aim to minimize the cost and impact of its creation, operation, maintenance, and eventual destruction/disposal.  This demands careful consideration of many aspects of the context in which it is implemented, including social, political, environmental, and economic conditions, and locally available materials and energy sources.
 
'''Appropriate technology''' refers to both a design process, and the resulting technologies, that aim to minimize the cost and impact of its creation, operation, maintenance, and eventual destruction/disposal.  This demands careful consideration of many aspects of the context in which it is implemented, including social, political, environmental, and economic conditions, and locally available materials and energy sources.
  
 
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==See also==
== See also ==
 
 
 
 
* [[Environmentalism]]
 
* [[Environmentalism]]
 
* [[Viridian Design Movement]]
 
* [[Viridian Design Movement]]
  
== External links ==
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* [https://appropedia.org Appropedia]
 
* [https://appropedia.org Appropedia]
* {{wikipedia|Appropriate technology}}
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* {{Wikipedia|Appropriate technology}}
  
 
[[Category:Design]]
 
[[Category:Design]]
 
[[Category:Environmentalism]]
 
[[Category:Environmentalism]]

Latest revision as of 16:31, 13 October 2019

Appropriate technology refers to both a design process, and the resulting technologies, that aim to minimize the cost and impact of its creation, operation, maintenance, and eventual destruction/disposal. This demands careful consideration of many aspects of the context in which it is implemented, including social, political, environmental, and economic conditions, and locally available materials and energy sources.

See also

External links