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eco-design, sustainable supply chains, and radical transparency


eco-design, sustainable supply chains, and radical transparency

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Tags: Collaborative and social computing, Collaborative and social computing systems and tools, Development frameworks and environments, World Wide Web

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Aware Living Interface System: A computer system integrated into Green homes that helps residents make smart choices about resource use without the need for detailed technological understanding


Forest Stewardship Council/Marine Stewardship Council: Organizations that certify products with Green labels intended to be more informative and trustworthy than marketing terms like “allnatural.”