(Based on the Cradle to Cradle press release of 4 February 2020; photos by Max Arens) Climate-friendly behaviour and economic success do not have to, and indeed must not, be mutually exclusive. That was the core message at the kick-off for the 6th International Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Congress on…
Being able to visit Aschersleben, the oldest city in the eastern German federal state of Saxony, to take part in the second instalment of the Aschersleben Architecture Day, was a pleasant experience.
The Museum of the Future in Lueneburg – a testing ground for today’s society and tomorrow’s products
The Hamburg Environmental Institute (HUI), a non-profit organisation for the scientific analysis of environmental topics, has acquired a new domain: the Museum of the Future in Lueneburg.
The C2C design concept is the only option “if we want to handle our resources reasonably”, says Olaf Lies, Minister for the Environment of the German federal state of Lower Saxony.
Press release Stop whining – let’s change the world! We often remember negative news more clearly than we do positive, as the philosopher and writer Dr. Michael Schmidt-Salomon emphasised during the fourth Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Congress, which took place on October 20 & 21, 2017 at the Leuphana University in Lueneburg (Germany).
Turning waste into nutrients: the European Union’s new Circular Economy Package could become a resounding success – or at least the biggest we’ve had yet when it comes to the question of what to do with our garbage.
At this year’s meeting of environmental award winners from all over the world in the southern German city of Freiburg, participants from Brazil, China, India and other countries showed a lot of interest in the Cradle to Cradle design concept.
By Cradle to Cradle e.V. – slightly amended, slightly shortened and with many thanks! After having served its intended purpose for several years a well-loved denim jacket is laid to rest as compost, thereby remaining in the natural cycle in the form of nutrients.
Press release Viable solutions for a true recycling economy – that’s what we hope to have been able to demonstrate during the third Cradle to Cradle congress in the northern German city of Lüneburg.
From the end of May until November 27, 2016 the Venice Biennial once again offers architects from around the world the opportunity to present solutions for how to deal with present and future global challenges.