Events - NUS Entrepreneurship Centre

Events - NUS Entrepreneurship Centre

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar: “Cradle to Cradle®- Re-thinking the Way We Live” Date 01 Apr 2013 Time 6.00pm - 7.30pm (Networking dinner to follow after the talk.) Venue NUS University Hall Auditorium, Lee Kong Chian Wing Level 2, 21 Lower Kent Ridge Road Singapore 119077 Abstract: The Cradle to Cradle® design paradigm was developed by the German chemist Prof. Michael Braungart and the American architect Wiliam Mcdonough. In 2002 their book was published and they received global recognition. In 2007 Time Magazine recognized them as Heros of the Planet. Cradle to Cradle® (C2C) is a platform of innovation, based on princples and includes various tools which direct industry and society leaders to a sustain and beneficial existance. The platform princples and tools are utilized by many companies, institutions and societies world wide. It improves their sustainability a...

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