Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution Setting & Symbolism

Paul Hawken
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ING Building in Amsterdam

The example of design integration to which the authors first point to describe how efficiency, aesthetics and functionality can be optimized when all of the designers work together.

Hypercar

The lightweight car designed at Rocky Mountain Institute made of carbon fiber, with a hybrid-electric motor to use a fraction of the standard amount of gas.

Hydrogen Engines

Utilize reverse-electrolysis to make electricity and water out of hydrogen to fuel cars.

Village Homes in Davis, California

The neighborhood designed by Michale and Judy Corbett around principals of natural capitalism whose property values, low crime rates and strong sense of community now make it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in California.

Inn of the Anasazi, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Converted inn designed to be both green and celebratory of the local agriculture, handicrafts and cultures, completely self-sustaining and a highly sought spa location.

Spider Web

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