Oct 16, 2002-- Imagine a world where shoes are made with soles that, when they disintegrate, serve as nutrients for the soil. Automobiles, instead of going to the junkyard, are disassembled and sorted into different parts that are recycled into new cars. Fabrics are designed with so few chemicals that one could literally eat them. Sound like a Utopian, science-fiction vision of the future? Perhaps. But for William McDonough and Michael Braungart, authors of the new book, Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things, the vision is entirely realistic. (1293 reads)
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