Author Archives: Green Threads

The end… or is it?

I feel as though the majority of my epiphanies this semester really were extremely pronounced in the way I viewed the rest of the class. Probably the most pronounced that I felt applied to almost everything that was discussed in … Continue reading

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Diapers can save the world?

Even though I did not have an epiphany this week, I was overwhelmed with the information I learned from the Eco-View! As we have continued through these past few weeks, my understanding of the cradle to cradle concept begins to … Continue reading

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From beginning to end

Although I did not have an epiphany this week, I learned more important information on the inner workings and applications of the cradle-to-cradle design ideology. Here I believed that almost no companies were actually contributing to working towards a more … Continue reading

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Spiders and sharks oh my!

We have always attempted to use nature’s methods of solving problems but this week the idea of biomimicry took a new turn. I personally did not have an epiphany this week but I did learn ways to apply biomimicry to … Continue reading

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Keep on Growing!

I had an unexpected epiphany this week that caused my creative reach to extend to a whole new level. I was introduced to the possibility of using nature to in order to design. This idea of biomimicry, or designing from … Continue reading

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Is it all in your head?

My epiphany was more of a realization of how we adopted ideas about the more we have or consume the better life will be. I realized that one of the common factors, when you break it down to the basics, … Continue reading

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Spring cleaning

This week’s epiphany actually provides a possible solution to our continuous and various sustainability problems. While, initially, I believed the focus of developing a sustainable industry was on the way we produce and create textiles, I was blind sighted by … Continue reading

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