'Small ideas can have a big impact': Prince of Wales and Sir Jony Ive launch green design competition

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'Terra Carta Design Lab' builds on Prince of Wales-led green recovery charter launched earlier this year

The Prince of Wales has teamed up with leading designer Sir Jony Ive to launch a new competition focused on encouraging the product designers of tomorrow to create "small designs that can make a big impact...

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