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Waldmann Dec 7
THE LIGHT OF THE FUTURE The aim is to produce consumer goods in a sustainable manner, to be able to dismantle them into their different materials after use and to recycle those materials to maintain a technology cycle – a process known as
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Mariana Franzon Dec 11
That's exactly what we haven't done for so many decades....the attitude must change to a vision, always adding up in a positive way to the environment, starting from the to a reintroduction of all materials
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MD Dec 4
Excellent seminars with production, recycle
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Antonio A. Tejedor Dec 10
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K Dec 6
In planetary concerns, we’re all downstream. - William McDonough in
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Marek Bidwell 4h
There are still places on 's next webinar to discuss by & Braungart on 18th Dec. Free, and open to non-members. Join the discussion at: Qu1: Are you focussing on or ?
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William McDonough Dec 6
As a designer one of the first things you must do is change the way you see the world. This is why I've been calling for a new language for carbon because — in the right place — it's both a resource + tool. Read more:
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coney von einland Dec 7
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Friederike Priebe Dec 2
I am very excited about being quoted in an article on in the latest issue of “Know all substances of a product and phase-out the bad ones" and in a nutshell 🙅🏻‍♀️
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William McDonough Dec 10
Missed my session on : Design™ for the ? Watch the recorded session to learn more about how embraces circularity, uses clean energy + water, while treating all people with grace + dignity:
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William McDonough Dec 4
If we say it's not our plan to fill the oceans with plastic, it looks like it's our de facto plan, just like carbon in the atmosphere. It's the thing that's happening unless we have another plan — So let's get to work!
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Antonio A. Tejedor 18h
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C2C World - by EPEA Dec 4
Collaboration leads to innovation: EPEAs project partner has developed a fully recyclable mattress in cooperation with . Due to a new modular design, every component can be separated easily and reused in a new mattress:
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CircularEconomy Club Dec 7
Are you a entrepreneur or young researcher? Become a CEC Mentee to gain free mentoring for the experts on the field. Apply now to a contest for a mentoring session with Michael Braungart, co-father of the concept
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Alain Amroun Dec 5
Indeed it is time to go beyond Cradle to Grave and embrasse the new era of . Want to know more, take a look at our eBook : . .
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Colin Dearie Dec 5
The Laichmoray Hotel Elgin are Tarkett Desso kinda people
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William McDonough Dec 6
I'm delighted to advise + in their mission to support -inspired innovations to eliminate fugitive plastic pollution in our oceans by design! Read more:
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MBDC_C2C Dec 4
It's wonderful to see 's commitment to sharing products which are safe, healthy + circular through their commitment to Certified™! Read more about their almost 90% product lines creating :
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Cradle to Cradle eV 2h
Im Fokus der liegen derzeit CO2-neutralen Fahrzeuge, nämlich . 🚙 Doch das der verursacht noch große Probleme und es stellt sich die Frage: Wie sind E-Autos wirklich?
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UnternehmensGrün 6h
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