William McDonough


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William McDonough

An American economist. He served as president of the New York Federal Reserve from 1993 to 2003, and chairman of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board from 2003 to 2005. He was born in 1934.
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Another factor in favour of the company from the St.GallenBodenseeArea is that it manufactures its products according to the Cradle to Cradle or C2C circular economy concept, which was developed by German chemist Michael Braungart and American architect William McDonough.
William McDonough, Founder, William McDonough and Partners -- McDonough brings a wealth of experience relating to environmental design and sustainable development.
William McDonough who was recognized by Time magazine as a 'Hero for the Planet.'
Tigard, OR, November 02, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Agilyx today announces that William McDonough, FAIA, Int.
"It is exciting to have L'Oreal supporting the momentum behind the Cradle to Cradle movement," says William McDonough, co-founder of MBDC.
"This structure is a superb example of how SABIC's cutting-edge technological materials and ingenious designs from a world-leading architect, such as William McDonough, can combine to push the boundaries of architecture and sustainable development," said Yousef Al-Benyan, SABIC's acting VC and CEO.
Herzog was originally invited by Italian architect Stefano Boeri in 2009 to help masterplan the Expo site, but had walked off the project by 2011 along with American designer William McDonough and Briton Ricky Burdett who had also been part of the design team.
In this issue, our special annual feature on environmentally responsible packaging incorporates new ideas on creating ever-lasting packaging from environmental guru William McDonough (see interview on p.
Benjamin Moore is the first premium paint manufacturer to earn this designation from MBDC, a world-renowned firm founded by architect William McDonough and chemist Dr.
The design, by William McDonough + Partners, was unveiled at an event in Chicago with Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Michael Braungart and US architect, William McDonough. According to Braungart materials have a useful afterlife after being recycled or even upcycled, sometimes the value of these products can even be higher than their original use.
In 1995, geochemist William McDonough suggested that chlorine was dragged to Earth's center by the metals that form the planet's core.