Bionic Yarn has recently been awarded a Cradle to Cradle certification at the BRONZE-Level for its HLX and DPX yarn structures. The assessment work for these unique and and versatile yarns was […]
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The following PET water bottles and caps from Aguas Cristalinas in Panama have been certified at the BRONZE level. Aguas Cristalinas 12 oz bottle and cap, Aguas Cristalinas 20 oz […]
Solar PV Partners and ESS Limited (Energy Saving Specialist), two UK renewable energy resource management companies, today announced the first UK and European Off-Grid solar installation with a 25 kWh […]
Unity Home project, includes largest collection of Cradle to Cradle Certified™ products and furnishings ever assembled for a residential project yet.
A BUILDER Concept Home project, the sustainable home includes the largest collection of Cradle to Cradle Certified™ products and furnishings ever assembled for a residential project yet.
Taking the risk out of hazard management. Article in Industry Today written by Jay Bolus, President Certification Services, MBDC.
Adam Rome, professor of history and English and the Unidel Helen Gouldner Chair for the Environment at the University of Delaware in Newark, recently published on article on Nature.com, highlighting five books that first made sustainability a public issue in the 1960s and 1970s.
William McDonough discusses Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way we Make Things with journalist Emanuele Bompan.
In the latest installment of The McDonough Conversations, Joel Makower and William McDonough discuss the history of sustainable design and how the concept “endless is more” will affect the future of design.
The annual SXSW Eco conference held in Austin, Texas, will take place October 5-7 at the Austin Convention Center.
Inspired by Cradle to Cradle, writer Nate Smelle enhanced his garden design by simply leaving more host plants like milkweed in his garden. This made all the difference for not only Smelle, but all living things that benefited from the garden.