Tag Archive for ‘William McDonough’

Cradle to Cradle book highlighted in survey of seminal works

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.

November 12: McDonough to speak at Bloomberg Summit

William McDonough will be one of the featured speakers at the Bloomberg Sustainable Business Summit hosted by Bloomberg on November 12 in New York City. Hosted by Bloomberg BNA, Bloomberg and Accenture Strategy, the inaugural summit will take at how companies view the future and their ability to innovate through sustainable business models and processes.

A Conversation with William McDonough: Endless is More

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.

Nate Smelle Shares Cradle to Cradle Inspiration

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.