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William McDonough
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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to the wonderful opportunity I had to speak at in 2005, asking the still relevant question, what would it look like if designers created for all children of all species, for all time?
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William McDonough Dec 8
Upcycling is the idea of designing for future generations while designing for this one. to this piece beautifully explaining the art of in .
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William McDonough Dec 8
Thank you for honoring me with the 2017 Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in . I am both humbled and motivated to keep innovating and inspiring others. It will take us all. It will take forever. But that's the point.
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William McDonough Dec 6
Toward a of : see what this is about conference in Brussels. Designing for future generations is in its own right.
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William McDonough Dec 6
Excited to be in LA today for this year's where I'll join and others on a panel this afternoon to discuss design challenges & solutions.
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William McDonough Dec 5
Thank you for highlighting the meaning and importance of , as well as our collaboration with .
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William McDonough Dec 4
"Any promise for a sustainable future requires a ban on the manufacture of all material not 100 percent recyclable or biodegradable..." We must create industrial that will our , instead of pollute it.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Nov 29
Redesigning fashion's future based on the principles of the and .
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William McDonough Nov 30
This article reminds us that instead of innovating to clean our polluted oceans, we must champion a , which is both and by
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William McDonough Nov 23
Happy ! Today I reflect on the gratitude for our collective progress in this year. Looking forward, let's continue to and embrace that will cycle endlessly through our and .
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Lawrence Anderson Nov 22
This richly landscaped courtyard is available for the whole neighborhood to use!
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William McDonough Nov 21
How can humans — the people of this generation — upcycle for future generations?
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William McDonough Nov 21
Is mass timber really sustainable? Happy to share a few thoughts with as she adresses this question in
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William McDonough Nov 20
I am proud of 's commitment to phase out harmful chemicals and increase the availability of Certified in their stores.
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William McDonough Nov 17
Honored to be acknowledged by for our work in the global movement. It's with support from all of you who have helped make a reality in our , + . Here's to more innovation to come!
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William McDonough Nov 17
Educating our children to understand and embrace in and beyond can help keep materials as nutrients circulating in healthy, safe metabolism for many generations to come
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William McDonough Nov 16
Upcycling makes your life better and healthier, and it makes the healthier and more beautiful. It’s the idea of designing for future generations while designing for this one
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William McDonough Nov 15
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William McDonough Nov 14
We're entering a new age of luxury: what does it mean to for all children of all species for all time?
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