No need to say this is (already now) one of my all time favourites:
2. Recognize interdependence
3. Respect relationships between spirit and matter
Consider all aspects of human settlement including community, dwelling, industry and trade in terms of existing and evolving connections between spiritual and material conciousness
upon human well-being, the viability of natural systems, and their right to co-exist.
5. Create safe objects of long term value
Do not burden fututre genetations with requirements for maintenance of vigilant administration of potential danger due to the careless creation of products, processes and standards.
6. Eliminate the concept of waste
Evaluate and optimize the full life-cycle of products and processes to approach the state of natural systems in which there is no waste.
7. Rely on natural energy flows
Human designs should, like the living world, derive their creative forces from perpetual solar income. Incorporate the energy efficiently and safely for responsible use.
8. Understand the limitations of design
No human creation lasts forever and design does not solve all problems. Those who create and plan should practice humility in the face of nature. Treat nature as a model and mentor, not as inconvenience to be evaded and controlled.
9. Seek constant improvement by the sharing of knowledge
Encourage direct and open communication between collegues, patrons, manufacturers and users to link long term sustainable considerations with ethical responsibility, and re-establish the integral relationship between natural processes and human activity.