William McDonough is a grand old man in the young field of green architecture. In the 1970s, he built the first "green roof" in America – a corporate headquarters with a meadow on top – and is now working on a sustainable building for NASA. Kurt Andersen asks him about the opportunities and challenges of environmental design. (Originally aired: April 18, 2008)
Slideshow: William McDonough's Green Designs
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