Biomimicry: Using Nature's Perfect Innovation Systems to Design the Future

Biomimicry: Using Nature's Perfect Innovation Systems to Design the Future

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BEIJING, CHINA - JULY 4, 2020 - A dragonfly on a lotus, Beijing, China, July 4, 2020.- PHOTOGRAPH BY Costfoto / Barcroft Studios / Future Publishing (Photo credit: Costfoto/Barcroft Media via Getty Images)

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“Learning about the natural world is one thing. Learning from the natural world – that’s the switch. That’s the profound switch.” ~ Janine Benyus

Biomimicry has the potential to save the human race and the planet. That’s an attractive offer at a time when COVID has turned everything we know and thought we could count on, on its head. Crises are a wake-up call, a chance to reconnect with passion and commitment to what matters, to practice resilience, and find ourselves sparked by finding great opportunities in challenges. It’s also a chance to press reset and move forward with different methodologies. We have before us the opportunity to completely redesign how we do business, and biomimicry is that path forward.

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