The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) will host the 1st Sustainable Design National Colloquy, focused in the analysis of sustainable development. The will take place from September 3rd to 6th, 2007 in the Federal District. The presentation looks kind of basic, but the debate might bring some good conclusions. "The energetic world today is based in non renewable resources such as petroleum, radio activity and natural gas. The electricity we consume comes mainly from carbon installations. The question is how to get to sustainable development applying that concept in different areas or sectors that constitute our everyday life", says the website. Themes stipulated for the event include Space and Sustainability, Object and Sustainability, Surrounding and Sustainability, City and Sustainability and Other Areas and Sustainability. In order to participate, visit the event's website, via e-mail at coloquio_disenosustentable at hotmail dot com, or via telephone at 5622 0710 (add country and city prefix).