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[GreenYes] Re: ecological economics


Actually, check out the Sustainable Packaging Coalition @ Green Blue, it's
their "non-profit" arm:

http://www.greenblue.org/

They wrote "Cradle to Cradle"...pretty good stuff!

Christine





Scott Kender <scott_kender@no.address>
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03/07/2006 11:57 AM

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[GreenYes] ecological economics






There is a group that has been working on changing the life cycle of
resources, from 'crude' to 'waste', which would do this: either the final
product can be disassembled and put back into the production stream, or it
is biodegradable. Below is the inof on this group, which has been around
for awhile.

McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry
700 E. Jefferson St., Third Floor
Charlottesville, VA 22902
http://www.mbdc.com
newsletter@no.address


".the Creator was responsible for the existence of everything, a part of
the Creator's spirit exists in everything and thus all things are
connected."
--Larry P. Aitken, CHIPPEWA

Salaam!

Scott Kender
331 Benton Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Sonoma County
707-280-9932 (cell)
scott_kender@no.address
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