Remaking the Way We Make Things Book Review by Master Researcher

Remaking the Way We Make Things
This paper examines the book 'Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things' by William McDonough and discusses the importance of recycling.
# 84256 | 675 words | 1 source | 2005 | US

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In this paper, a book report relates the aspects of environmentally conscious ideas about waste and recycling within the 21st century in 'Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things' by William McDonough. The writer discusses that through re-usability and new techniques in recycling, modern industry must reform markets and production methods to help create a far more reusable standard for products to help preserve the ecology of the Earth.

From the Paper:

"This book report presents the various environmental and ecological issues that arise in Cradle to Cradle By William McDonough. By examining the main theme of `waste-less' industry in McDonough's book, one can realize the importance of recycling in the manufacturing process. By re-evaluating the "new industrial revolution" that is bound within this book, McDonough makes a compelling case for a new approach to waste and recycling in the 21st century. The integration of environmentally cooperative production in the new millennium is the scope of McDonough's book, as it proclaims a new approach to industry and ecology."

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