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Task Force to Clarify Reporting on Hazmats and Alternatives

16 July

By Bill Millard, published in Architectural Record July 16, 2014 Architects seeking safe, sustainable materials for their buildings have often had to operate in either an information vacuum or wade through an array of rating systems that can be burdensome and baffling. The complexity of supply chains sometimes means that no one is certain what […]

The McDonough Conversations: Who owns sustainability’s best ideas?

14 July

By Joel Makower Published July 14, 2014 on GreenBiz.com This is the latest installment in a regular series of conversations with William McDonough (@billmcdonough), designer, architect, author and entrepreneur. View previous columns here. Bill McDonough has long been at the forefront of sustainability-minded ideas and innovations, from green buildings to Cradle to Cradle product certification. Out of those two concepts alone have come […]

William McDonough Appointed by World Economic Forum to Chair Meta-Council on the Circular Economy

09 July

Charlottesville, Virginia (July 9, 2014) — The World Economic Forum (the Forum) has announced the appointment of globally recognized designer, author, and thought leader William McDonough as Chair of the Forum’s Meta-Council on the Circular Economy. The newly formed Council represents the Forum’s multi-sector initiative to accelerate business-driven innovation to scale the circular economy. As […]

Institute Receives USGBC Grant to Support Safer Building Materials

09 July

The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute to collaborate with other leading Built Environment NGOs SAN FRANCISCO, July 9, 2014  – The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, together with the Healthy Building Network, Health Product Declaration Collaborative, and Clean Production Action have announced a collaborative effort to further transparency and optimization of building product […]

Plasticity focuses on the next life of plastics

07 July

From Plastics News By Gayle S. Putrich, Published July 3, 2014 NEW YORK — More often than not, debates about end-of-life problems with plastic results in industry vs. environmentalist finger-pointing, stalemates — and no viable solutions. But not at the Plasticity Forum. The one-day event examining the future of plastic, held June 24 at Tribeca […]

William McDonough Monthly Mentions: June

30 June

Here’s a collection of some of the media mentions that William McDonough and his organizations have received in the last few weeks. Broadway World | Largest Sustainable Brands Conference Kicks Off to Catalyze Brand Innovation Sustainable Brands largest community gathering kicks off today with Sustainable Brands ’14 San Diego at Paradise Point Resort & Spa. Over 2,500 community […]

Construction Specialties Acrovyn Doors Achieve First Cradle to Cradle Door Certifications in Industry

27 June

C/S takes another stride forward on the company’s journey to create healthy architectural products. Muncy, PA (PRWEB) June 26, 2014 Construction Specialties, Inc. (C/S), a leading manufacturer of high performing specialty building products, has announced its line of Acrovyn® Doors has received Cradle to Cradle certifications for its standard door models at the Bronze level, making […]

William McDonough joins CarbonCure Advisory Board

27 June

Posted on June 26, 2014 by Rachel Aaron William McDonough, one of the world’s most influential leaders on the sustainable design of buildings, products and materials, announced today that he has joined CarbonCure’s advisory board. In his role, Mr. McDonough will help influence the firm’s strategic direction as it refines its technology to be of maximum benefit to […]

The Method Behind A Clean-Up In Chicago’s South Side

23 June

Published on Forbes June 17, 2014, by Peter Kelly-Detwiler: In March of this year, Method—a ‘pioneer of premium planet-friendly and design-driven home, fabric and personal care products,’ announced plans to build Method’s first manufacturing facility. It will be located in the Pullman area on the South Side of Chicago, a pretty tough neighborhood. The plant will […]