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Post by budburst12 on 11th October 2010, 3:37 pm

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Nice film! What do you think?

I like the idea of trying to close the loop in all things... That's going to take some thought to work out where I already do and where I don't.. and which bits are easy to do it with and which are as yet near on impossible.

Hmm.. I'm going to go away and think on that one..
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Post by Guest on 14th October 2010, 12:56 pm

Thank-you Budburst for the link. It brightened up my day seeing Ellen Macathur being so cool and positive and about such a difficult but obvious subject.

Obviously all cycles are closed (unless you are making compounds that will not convert back to natural substances, like I believe PCBs won't, or some part is lost into outer space) , but the crucial thing is understanding the true cycle of all processes and products. Then accepting that they most meet some better criteria than we have now. Accepting full responsibly for the full cycle is also a crucial step.

Wanting to not harm each other and the planet would help!

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