William McDonough

Sustainability for Profit: Panel Discussion
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Sustainability for Profit: Panel Discussion

William McDonough and HIVE Panel Drive to the Heart of the Matter. More

Sustainability for Profit
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Sustainability for Profit

William McDonough, co-author, Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things More

Circular Reasoning
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Circular Reasoning

One to one, unplugged with Cradle to Cradle crusader William McDonough on why... More

HW Sets Roster for HIVE 2016 Conference
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HW Sets Roster for HIVE 2016 Conference

Attendees will be inspired to put ideas into action by some of the nation’s... More

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38 Dolores, San Francisco 38 Dolores, San Francisco

Award of Merit, Multifamily, 2014 Builder's Choice and Custom Home Design Awards More

San Francisco Multifamily Project Lauded for Sustainable Landscaping
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San Francisco Multifamily Project Lauded for Sustainable Landscaping

38 Dolores features rainwater harvesting, green roofs, and edible rain gardens. More

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Raleigh, N.C. home first to be built in a typical subdivision under NAHB Model Green Home Building guidelines

AT 4,000 SQUARE FEET, THE NATIONAL Homebuilder Mainstream Greenhome looks like any other house in its Raleigh, N.C., subdivision. Underneath the brick, though, is the first house in the country to be built using an existing plan in a typical neighborhood while following the NAHB's Model Green Home Building guidelines. More

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Plastic Wisdom?

A world-renowned expert on environmental design, William McDonough published a book titled Cradle to Cradle, which lays out in detail the tenets of closed-loop production, in the context of preserving the environment. It's interesting to note that the book is printed on synthetic paper made with inorganic resins. It can be recycled the same way a yogurt container is. You can order the book directly from Amazon.com or Booksense. More

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