Sustainability Solutions to Share with Linchpins # 70

I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas. You can have them for free.
Be a Linchpin. Develop something: ship, ship, ship!

It’s Hard To Improve on Nature:
Nature fuels herself through an ingenious cycle of nutrients wherein energy is conserved, preserved, stored and revived. I think that in many cases the process defies what we have learned in physics, that everything tends to decay because a naturally healthy system often improves and evolves into a stronger and more robust platform than one that is left to decay.

Where’s the Linchpin opportunity?
Great minds can improve on everything that is made for the modern consumer, and the secret is in the CIRCLE of life.

We can improve the system from chemistry to compost.

Re-Thinking Progess: The Circular Economy

Simple.  Beautiful.  Elegant. Circular.  Sustainable!



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