MBDC’s President of Certification Services, Jay Bolus participated in the first podcast by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute. Listen to the podcast HERE. The discussion centers on blended fabrics and how they may or may not fit in the Cradle to Cradle design framework depending on innovation.
John McManus of BuilderOnline writes.,“I talked with Bill McDonough on Monday this week, and his responses to questions around the meaning, the pathway, and the gratification–personal and business–of innovation in our businesses, industry sectors, and housing community amount to a “rearrangement of our mental furniture” on many fronts. We talk expansively of issues that inform […]
The McDonough Conversations: Why nature needs humans By Joel Makower Published May 05, 2014 on Greenbiz.com This is the latest installment in a regular series of conversations with William McDonough (@billmcdonough), designer, architect, author and entrepreneur. View previous columns here. Joel Makower: You’ve been talking lately about the fact nature needs humans as much as humans need nature. That’s the opposite of […]
Did you miss SWSX16 and fail to see Bill McDonough’s keynote about Cradle to Cradle®, The Circular Economy and The Carbon Positive City? If so, then you can watch it here. Then contact MBDC to learn how we can help your organization learn how to design products and services to help create a sustaining circular economy. Request more […]
William McDonough, co-author of Cradle to Cradle: Remaking The Way We Make Things and co-founder of MBDC, was recently a guest on Bill Nye’s Science Rules! podcast. During the episode, Nye and his co-host Corey S. Powell asked McDonough about his diverse areas of impact, including product chemistry, plastics and packaging, and architecture. In addition […]