Checklist for Sustainability


This issue of David Report is a checklist for sustainability. We will not provide all of the answers, but we will on the other hand ask a lot of questions – one of the most important ways to acquire knowledge. You will also find thoughtful quotes and best practise examples. One thing is for sure – sustainability is not about doing nothing.


1 Response to “Checklist for Sustainability”

  1. 1 ecosignworks July 9, 2009 at 11:54 am

    I believe the magazine was an interesting outlook on what it means to be “green” or sustainable. It really grabs the attention whether people are becoming “green” just for the fad or to sustain the earth. My company is a sign making place that specializes in the use of biodegradable materials such as biostyrene, duraplast, and biobanner. The ink that we use to print on these biodegradable materials is a type of UV ink that allows the ink to cure by using UV lights. The signs and banners once thrown away and disposed in the landfills will soon biodegrade after 2 to 3 years.

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