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William McDonough
Designer, advisor, co-author of Cradle to Cradle + The Upcycle. Time magazine “Hero for the Planet” who is changing the design of the world.
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This I'm advocating we wage peace on the planet through commerce by because design is the first signal of human intention
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William McDonough Sep 20
to 's list of 40 women leaders for . I'm delighted I've had the privilege to collaborate with so many professionals on this list! Read more about these leaders who are creating :
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William McDonough Sep 19
It's time to refashion fashion, which is why President of Certification Services Jay Bolus is giving a keynote on Design for the at 's . Hope you can join on Oct. 1-2 in Toronto! Read more:
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William McDonough Sep 19
We're endeavoring to call forth, celebrate + nurture a wellspring of endless resourcefulness, of clean energy, materials + —of course— water. To do this we must look at the problem of + consider what our intentions are as a species
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William McDonough Sep 18
Congratulations to , 's amazing sustainability leader on his Verge Vanguard Award! Having such a committed partner on the fashion journey is a blessing + delight! Read more:
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William McDonough Sep 18
We are living in the ecological century - the Age of the Anthropocene is a reality. Now we must show that we can for this reality.
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William McDonough Sep 15
I’m delighted to support initiatives such as 's because I believe can be a force for . Want to reimagine the future of fashion? Read more and apply at !
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William McDonough Sep 14
By embracing , designers are developing products for the — closed loop systems in which every ingredient is designed to be safe + beneficial. Nutrients either biodegrade or provide high-quality resources for the next generations of products.
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William McDonough Sep 13
Replying to @marceslow
Hi Marcela! are good materials, good economy, good energy, good water and good lives. Read more:
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William McDonough Sep 13
Let’s design everything to be reusable, recyclable, compostable + recoverable. It has been a pleasure working with as they seek ways to make their campus + our planet healthier. Read more:
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William McDonough Sep 13
It's really simple: our species can be instead of just less bad. In fact, our current problem requires a switch to this way of thinking.
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William McDonough Sep 12
Why not support our lives and well-being by supporting natural and cultural diversity? allows us to see our designs as delightful expressions of creativity, in harmony with energy flows, humans and other living things.
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William McDonough Sep 11
I believe that is partially a result of bad . If we design with and in mind, we can create a world where safe and healthy nutrients move easily from one application to another
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William McDonough Sep 11
We must go beyond "business as usual" to catalyze the transition to a . Join , and me on Sept. 12 at 12pm ET to share insights and ideas on how to accelerate progress on SDG#12. Read more:
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William McDonough Sep 10
Imagine a world in which all the things we make, use + consume provide nutrition for nature + industry - a world where growth is good and human activity generates a delightful, restorative ecological footprint. This is possible with
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William McDonough Sep 10
It was an honor speaking to the community about , the and . Remember: It will take all of us, it will take forever, but that's the point. Read more from :
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Georgetown Univ. Sep 7
18 billion pounds of plastic are dumped into the world’s oceans each year. In response to the growing need for sustainable design and innovation, we're partnering with sustainability expert to create a healthier campus and planet beyond:
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William McDonough Sep 6
How do we make the world better because we are here? We must insist on the right of humanity and nature to coexist in a healthy, supportive, diverse and sustainable condition and seek constant improvement
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William McDonough Sep 6
Fashion shows how the can transform what we see as waste into treasure, which is why I'm delighted to be part of 's . Have an innovation in its early stage? Don’t miss the chance to apply at
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William McDonough Sep 4
On I urge everyone to consider what our intentions are as humans. It's time to create economic growth through principled innovations that support the lives of future generations + species other than our own
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