Ecocentricity Blog: Front 4 - Closed Loop Manufacturing

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Ecocentricity Blog: Front 4 - Closed Loop Manufacturing

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As Amory Lovins says, “if it exists, it must be possible.” Nutrient cycling exists. That means it must be possible for mankind to create a manufacturing system that works just as well.

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“Remember you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” It’s a phrase that many Christians recognize. It comes from Genesis 3:19, uttered by God to Adam just after he got his Eden eviction notice. Roman Catholics in particular recognize it because we hear it every Ash Wednesday when we get dirt rubbed on our foreheads.

For the purposes of the fourth front of Mount Sustainability though, I’m going to call it a biblical shout-out to the North Star of closed-loop manufacturing. That’s right, I’m talking about nutrient cycling!

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Keywords: #Ecocentricity | Responsible Production & Consumption | Environment | Green Infrastructure | Innovation & Technology | Natural Resources | Ray C. Anderson Foundation | Responsible Industrialization | Smart Technologies | Sustainable Development | circular economy

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