Unruh's three biosphere rules are explained and their application to manufactiring and e-business are discussed individually. Their application to e-business is not readily see, but is discussed.
Explaining and Exemplifying Gregory Unruh's Bioshpere Rules
By Gyneth McAllister ASB, BS, MBA
Unruh describes three biosphere rules that can be implemented to produce sustainable and profitable manufacturing. The first is Parsimonious Palette, which describes the law of parsimony which is derived from Aristotle's assertion "The more perfect a nature is, the fewer means it requires for its operation." When applied to manufacturing, this rule implies that the simplicity of nature should be emulated so that the simplest products are the most sustainable due to such factors as biodegradability, and these products can be the most profitable due to the limited innovation required in imitating existing models in nature and due to the limited number of components in the structure of the product.
The second biosphere rule is Cycle up - Virtuously, which described the economy of recycling. The example is given, of how nature recycles organisms after ...
Unruh's three biosphere rules are explained and their application to manufactiring and the three bioshere rules are applied to internet based industries.