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4th Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge Winners - Re-Think Everyday Products for Circular Economy


By Katy Evans | January 23, 2017
Made with only two materials, this 100% recyclable camping knife has a product-service system that is safe for both the users and the environment.
By Katy Evans | January 23, 2017
Made with only two materials, this 100% recyclable camping knife has a product-service system that is safe for both the users and the environment.
By Stephanie Egger | December 13, 2016
Insight 360 (included in Revit subscriptions) is an effective & cohesive tool for improving energy and environmental performance throughout the building lifecycle. Launched in November 2015, Insight 360 now boasts a whole new batch of exciting updates that demonstrate...
By Jalay Shukla | September 06, 2016
Hi, I am Jalay Shukla. I have done my undergraduate study in Mechanical Engineering from Gujarat Technological University, India. I am currently working as a Junior Mechanical Engineer at IMEG Engineering (Previously known as KJWW Engineering) India Pvt Ltd.
By Katy Evans | June 14, 2016
Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute has announced the winners of their third Product Design Challenge. This challenge recognizes designs created and materials used for the circular economy, wherein products and materials maintain their value over time and can be...
By Jamie Billing | April 29, 2016
Material culture lies at the heart of design and there can be no question that we have a need to better understand and evolve material culture, for the common good of all people. As a society we’re currently using twice as many resources as the planet can sustain and I believe...
By Celeste Martinez | February 19, 2016
To recap our blog series, we take a look back at day one. Fresno State’s Advanced Architectural Graphics class was asked to join forces with the Construction Management Sustainability class to create a joint course project. The project focused on enhancing students in programs...
By Katy Evans | January 22, 2016
Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute has announced the winners of their Product Design Challenge. This challenge recognizes designs created and materials used for a circular economy, wherein products and materials maintain their value over time and can be perpetually...
By Celeste Martinez | December 22, 2015
We last left off on an introduction to a joint course project; used to educate a group of design and construction management students in efforts of educating sustainable building practices. To sum up, this collaborative project joins Professor Wu’s Advanced Architecture Graphics...
By Alex Lobos | November 26, 2015
Most people understand the basic concept of Sustainability and its importance in today’s world, but when looking deeper into how to execute it, things get more complicated. Not everyone is clear on how to apply it in their discipline(s) and sometimes there is a disconnect...
By Michael Floyd | November 25, 2015
As the additive manufacturing industry grows and extends its reach, it becomes important to ask a number of related health, safety, and environmental questions.

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