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Life cycle thinking and natural capital

Life cycle thinking and natural capital: Learning Design for Sustainability
Life cycle thinking and natural capital: Learning Design for Sustainability

Scott Boylston explains the basic tenets of natural capitalism, and how reframing the value of nature can help create a strong argument for not destroying it. He also introduces life cycle thinking, referencing William McDonough's claim that in nature there is no such thing as waste. He explains how upstream and downstream impacts can be minimized by cyclical thinking.

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