Maori culture and art is alive and thriving in present-day New Zeland. Intricate carvings and art have resulted in beautiful pieces of history now preserved in chiseled sculptures and decorations. Bernard Makoare, a Maori artist, explains the significance and beauty of this craft and culture. Read the article here.
Collaboration to enhance Institute’s Living Product Challenge through biomimicry-based solutions
October 7, 2015 /3BL Media/ -- Biomimicry 3.8 and the International Living Future Institute announced this week a strategic partnership to progress a common vision of using nature’s genius to create a truly regenerative world.
The partnership will lay the foundation for accessible, direct application of cutting-edge sustainability practices already being guided by ILFI’s innovative certification program, the Living Product Challenge.
In 2015, the United States reached 21.3 gigawatts of total installed solar capacity, enough to power 4.3 million American homes. There are currently over 300 projects registered for the Living Building Challenge, and buildings like the Bullitt Center in Seattle, which achieved Full Living Building Certification in April, generated 60% more energy than it used in 2014. You can bring Net Positive Energy solutions to your next building project!
This issue uncovers some of the many layers of craft: the appreciation of quality; the maker’s movement; the artist.
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Affiliation Expands 3BL News Distribution Network in Sustainable Building Sector
NORTHAMPTON, Mass., August 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ - 3BL Media, a corporate communications platform exclusively dedicated to the distribution of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability news and content, announced today a partnership with the International Living Future Institute, a global leader in the green building and sustainability movement.