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Anarco Soma 15h
I hope people realise this is not really ok - using renewables to power industry with large externalities & energy needs is not going to be sustainable enough - yet seems cool with it- we need more thinking
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William McDonough Oct 17
Today’s cradle-to-grave system's destructive qualities are fundamentally a design problem, not an inevitable outcome of human activity. Good design can transform the making of things — products, buildings + community plans — into a positive, regenerative force
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ByEwaste Oct 16
What accounts do you recommend us to follow for topics such as , , & ?
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Building Green Oct 17
Prof. Michael Braungart to the audience: “Our buildings should be like trees. Let us make footprints that are beneficial” 👣♻️🌱
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William McDonough Oct 16
For me is a verb — it's to fashion, you fashion something. If you think of it as a verb, it's an action and actions have consequences. Speaking with about creating in fashion was an absolute delight! Learn more:
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MBDC_C2C 18h
, put on by Canada's only not-for-profit fashion industry organization brought leaders together with the mission of transforming the apparel industry. Read more about our exciting takeaways from the conference:
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thinkstep ANZ Oct 16
Material Circularity Indicator by Ellen MacArthur Fdn measures of products BUT treats all forms of as equal. goes further: materials kept in use, rather than reaching ‘end of life’ after recycling loops, says at
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Zero Waste Hub Toronto 12h
Father of +co-creator of says burning unsustainable=valueless stranded assets. Opportunities in & non-toxic products. Use =achieve UN
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Hannah Wood 22h
Come and experience our first children’s toy prototype made from and materials at from tomorrow. Follow us on
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William McDonough 21h
The won't be a good if it circulates bads, so first we need to make goods. We call them goods so let's make them !
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Desso UK Oct 18
Crafted from 100% yarn, new DESSO Resonance is an exquisite design solution for conscious organisations. Read more here:
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William McDonough Oct 11
to the release of "The Next Industrial Revolution" in 20 years ago this month! I still embrace designs that are creative, abundant, prosperous + intelligent from the start. Read more:
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Daniel Reynolds Oct 12
Replying to @FightThePlastic
Let's change the way we design these materials by adopting the design model for businesses that allows creativity and innovation by respecting the laws of nature, and working with it.
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Hein van Tuijl Oct 17
Scaling up the use of healthy inks is key to improve paper- and cardboard for cascaded use in biological cycles. Great to have Carlsberg Group pioneer this important work!
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Daniel Reynolds Oct 13
These shorts could have been taken to the second hand shop, or transformed and used for something else, like a bag or a cloth. Instead I found them stuffed between these rocks, left to rot for years and years in the wrong environment and are now damaged materials.
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Hannah Wood Oct 14
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Building Green Oct 17
Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart, founder of «cradle to cradle» design concept on Central Stage right now! He is talking about how we can have a positive impact on both our health and the planet! 🌎 check out his talk: from a to at
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C2C Certified 15h
Congrats to 's Jeffrey Hogue who was recognized as a Vanguard on the mainstage for their work in Cradle to Cradle Certified materials and products, at an affordable price!
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William McDonough Oct 17
Upcyling is a commitment to continuous improvement. I'm honored included The Upcycle: Beyond Sustainability-Designing for Abundance on list of "12 Books on Social Impact Every CMO Should Read"
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Shaw Contract EMEA Oct 11
today’s event in London Built Positive
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