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Sustainability Confernences & William McDonough

Attention William McDonough fans: Ken Novak's blog notes that the Sustainable Resources conference ("An International Forum Connecting People with Hands-on Solutions to World Poverty") is taking place in Boulder, Colorado, from Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 of this year, and McDonough will be one of the keynote speakers; Novak also notes that the Engineers for a Sustainable World conference, at Stanford, will take place at the very same time -- and William McDonough is listed as a keynoter there, too. I wonder if he'll give the same talk in both places...

Comments (2)

John Norris:

If you can't make the conferences, check out his book 'Cradle to Cradle' - highly recommended.

M. Simon:

What exactly is the definition of sustainability?

If we are not there yet how long will it take?

How much will it cost? Who pays?


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