Monthly Archives: March 2014

Rocking the Cradle

I was very intrigued by the concept of biological and technical nutrients in our Cradle to Cradle reading. Understanding those along with downcycling and recycling gave me a better grasp on how I can be sustainable in my life and … Continue reading

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Mimicking Creation

At the beginning of last week we were introduced to the concept of cradle to cradle. This is honestly the first time I have ever heard of biomimicry and I was really blown away from it. I have always had … Continue reading

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Avoiding Cradle to Grave

It is my opinion that in order for us to be as sustainable as possible, I think we need to mimic the world’s biological system as well as possible. In our article, Cradle to Cradle, it is said that: “This … Continue reading

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Nature Knows Best

What sounds like such a simple idea can become so complex that the human body becomes overwhelmed, therefore shutting down and turning into unproductive mush. Well mainly, that describes me when I feel as though I have failed to do … Continue reading

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Starting from Babies…

To be honest, my initial thought on “Cradle-to-Cradle” was that this must have something to do with babies. Considering this is an environmental/sustainability course, I then thought that it meant how things through the environment affect babies. However after our … Continue reading

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Fulfilling the Future

This weeks reading was one that was interesting and could apply to everyone. Cradle to cradle was very catching to me due to how a material is made and produced to return back to the biological cycle.  The item being … Continue reading

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This isn’t a game of Give or Take

Before reading “Cradle to Cradle” I had not ever thought about how cultures from the past had survived and left the world a flourishing place simply because their resources were all natural. Before the industrial revolution, and modern science, introduced … Continue reading

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