William McDonough will be a judge for the second annual circular economy awards, The Circulars. The Circulars, the world’s premier circular economy award program, offers recognition to individuals and organizations from commerce and society that have made a notable contribution to driving circular economy principles.
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BGP is one of the only foodservice and consumer packaging companies that is Cradle to Cradle Certified™. BGP designs, manufactures and distributes non-GMO Verified, fiber and compostable packaging for the food and consumer packaging industries.
The Make It Right project has evolved into a symbol of the growth since the Hurricane Katrina tragedy in 2005 and has also expanded to other states including: Missouri, Montana, and New Jersey.
Designer of the world’s first Cradle to Cradle flooring product, Shaw Floors has achieved the gold level in the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ products program
Why Being “BPA Free” Isn’t Enough By Ken Alston, President Consulting and Education Services For almost 20 years now MBDC has been inventorying and assessing products, materials and chemicals down […]
Cory Johnson and Carol Massar of Bloomberg Radio, talk with William McDonough at Sage Summit 2015.
Zach Mortice for Autodesk’s Line//Shape//Space, compares railcar manufacturer George Pullman to the Method founders Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry, who both came to the South Side of Chicago, utilizing unusual methods of architecture to create a property for high-tech manufacturing.
Sage Summit 2015 featured panel discussion entitled “Stay hungry. Stay foolish,”that included William McDonough, Bre Pettis, and Dolly Singh. The three shared their experiences in innovation from their respective industries. Jacob […]
Venlo city hall has a new infographic thanks to the C2C Center. Infographic illustrates the Cradle to Cradle inspired elements of the building.
Conference that will help define and explain Cradle-to-Cradle and provide a context for its use in the built environment, interior design, and architectural sector.