Hannover principles


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Hannover principles

Design guidelines written by Bill McDonough and Michael Braungart for the 2000 World’s Fair that were issued at the World Urban Forum of the Earth Summit in 1992.
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Together, Braungart and McDonough wrote the Hannover Principles in 1991, a set of guidelines for sustainable design created for the 2000 World's Fair in Hannover, Germany.
The Ahwahnee and Hannover Principles were drafted by members of the design community, and the Natural Step was developed by scientists in Sweden.
The Hannover Principles, developed in 1992 by William McDonough and Michael Braungart for the EXPO 2000 World Exposition, were among the first to integrate comprehensively the fundamental ideas of sustainability with the built environment.