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Movie that will change the world

From: Sankar
Sent on: Tuesday, May 19, 2009 11:24 PM
I know it sounds hyperbolic but I invite you to watch this movie and decide for yourself! (It is also likely you have seen it already).

If you have wondered whether it would be possible to eliminate harmful substances from our clothing, toys, furniture, buildings, etc., and create an economy and a system which produces zero waste, generates its own energy, and on top of it all creates a healthy environment for people to work and live in, McDonough and Braungart have not only demonstrated it but also gotten Ford, Nike and even the government of China to build whole factories and villages based on their models. Watch the movie at:

Also take a look at the sustainable building they built for Oberlin college at:


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