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This is a fantastic book that I would recommend reading by everyone, including students in high school.
Recycling for many products is really a process of downcycling - a term coined by Bill McDonough and Michael Braungart in their book Cradle to Cradle.
This book challenges us to think up new ways of designing everything and truly making no bad impact on the earth.
A read that will change the way you think about how products are made and discarded. A very short book for a large investment in a thought experiment that should be put into design... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Erin
Very well written for all the info and the subject. Leftme sad that we know all this and go on doing the same old stuff.Published 14 days ago by lindah
This book is worth a read if one is serious about finding solutions to some ecological problems. Somewhat academic.Published 25 days ago by C. Watkins
provides a hint of how mankind can turn the earth's shortages into abundance. A book every high school student should read and share with parents as well.Published 1 month ago by Elbridge P. Eaton
This book makes one really think about our way of life and our wasteful economic structure. Solutions are out there, but do we have the will?Published 3 months ago by D. Kyle
One of the best books for designers and non-designers to read to understand how broken our consumer culture is and how we can fix it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jordan
The book certainly does not attempt to equivocate. The authors are convinced of their theory and they use relatively strong examples that are easy to comprehend. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Julian Wyllie
A new trend is beginning to emerge and its presence increasingly felt in our everyday lives. Let me offer an example: As you take a stroll through your neighborhood you are likely... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rosemary