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Requirements for commercial and industrial areas of the future, Pforzheim
The Chamber of Commerce Northern (IHK Nordschwarzwald) developed a guide "Sustainable commercial and industrial areas of the future", so that wider environmental, social and qualitative criteria are taken into account in their development. These formulated requirements are the focus of the event. Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart will give the introductory speech and explain how industrial areas can be reinvented using Cradle to Cradle principles. This method will not only prevent damage to the environment, but will be beneficial for humans and nature. Language: German.
Cradle to Cradle Symposium - 45. Earth Day, Frankfurt-Main
This year Earth Day celebrates its 45th anniversary and they want to reach another milestone. For that reason, the theme for Earth Day 2015 is: Cradle to Cradle – Waste, never again. Today waste, tomorrow nutrients. For this particular topic Prof. Michael Braungart holds a lecture to encourage all Earth Day supporters and those who are interested to boost the C2C transformation globally.
taz.lab 2015 – Was wirklich zählt – der Gedöns-Kongress der taz, Berlin
Lightning Talk: Innovation instead of morality! - How intelligent design will get us out of the dead end
The taz.lab 2015 does away with the term "Gedöns” or “fuss” of former Chancellor Schröder and wants to find out what really matters. Prof. Michael Braungart is one of the inventors of "Cradle to Cradle", which is an innovative concept for product design and teaches us to think in cycles modeled by nature and not from the “cradle to grave”. He will explain at the Gedöns-Kongress of the taz in Berlin why efficiency is wrong; how products can become services; what politicians must do now. Language: German.
For Prof. Braungart is "What matters?" a silly question:
Registry for Cradle to Cradle Inspired Elements for Building Development, Munich
The Registry for Cradle to Cradle Inspired Elements for Building Developments is an innovation platform featuring C2C inspired projects and building materials that celebrate positive footprints. It is developed by the fellowship at the Technical University of Munich, Germany.
Professors Michael Braungart and Werner Lang have created this partnership in order to promote the Cradle to Cradle® concept in the building industry. The aim is to celebrate diversity and partnerships, as well as, to create an online community that shares beneficial ideas for the built environment.