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(video) William McDonough of C2C: A New Design Paradigm – conversation with Joel Makower

The Cradle to Cradle vision and concept is vitally important. It is not discouraging as some may suggest. It is wildly encouraging, motivating, and empowering. The State of Green Business  2011 keynote interview. William McDonough, Founding Partner and Principal, MBDC and William McDonough + Partners in conversation with Joel Makower Founder of Greenbiz.com “Cradle to … Continue reading

Cradle to Cradle & The New Green Products Innovation Institute!

 I am very excited about the new  Green Products Innovation Institute in California. It is intended to support California’s Green Chemistry Initiative, which calls for the elimination of toxic substances from materials and manufacturing processes for all textiles and other products sold in California. Image Credit: Michelle Kaufmann/C2C MBDC Cradle to Cradle is an MBDC … Continue reading

(Video) Update from Sea: 1 sexy Plastiki, 1 recovering seasick sailor, and 1 exceptionally chipper co-skipper.

(Video) Winner of Sustainable Oscar Dress Design (for Suzie Cameron) Contest!

Jillian Granz won best sustainable oscar dress design for Suzie Amis Cameron’s sustainable global dress contest.  Suzie partnered with Global Green to host the contest.  The proceeds go to an eco-oriented elementary school, Muse, that she started in Los Angeles.  Jillian’s dress will be worn on the red carpet by Suzie Cameron, (wife of Avatar director … Continue reading

NNUS loves Green Hero Zem Joaquin: (VIDEO) Global Green USA Millennium Awards 2009 Honoree

(video) PBS’s Building Green Episode 3: Framing and Roofing

To read the comments about the feasibility, practicality, and actual greenness of some of the recommendations, go to the youtube building green webpage In episode three, Building Green host Kevin Contreras looks for the best, most affordable, green way to support and roof his straw bale dream home. Because Santa Barbara is in California and … Continue reading

(Video) William McDonough on the Cradle to Cradle Revolution

July 30th, 2009 Sustainable designer William McDonough talks about the future of Cradle to Cradle design.

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