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Cradle to Cradle Quotes

William A. McDonough
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"It was portable and easily repaired: the fabric factory—the goats—followed the Bedouin around," p. 8.

"I wanted to be involved in making buildings, even products, with completely positive intentions," p. 10.

"I come from a family of literature and philosophy scholars, and turned to chemistry only out of sympathy for my high school chemistry teacher," p. 10.

"Michael explained his idea of creating a biodegradable soda bottle with a seed implanted in it, which could be thrown on the ground after use to safely decompose and allow the seed to take root in the soil," p. 13.

"Nature doesn't have a design problem. People do," p. 16.

"To be sure, the Industrial Revolution brought a number of positive social changes," p. 26.

". . .brute force energy doesn't make good sense as a dominant strategy over the long term," p. 32.

"But in the race for economic progress, social activity, ecological impact, cultural activity...

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