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Let’s reverse climate change together

Humans see carbon dioxide as the poison of our era. The rest of nature sees it as a building block.

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Synapse by Biomimicry 3.8

A premium advisory and content service to spark real-time innovation inspiration that helps grow revenue, cut costs, and boost sustainability.

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Biomimicry GoFish

The Biomimicry GoFISH cards are a classic game re-designed with the ultimate innovation inspired by nature twist.

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Life’s Principles Leadership Cards

The Life’s Principles Leadership Cards is a highly popular deck created in partnership with Biomimicry 3.8 and Biomimicry for Social Innovation that sets out card-by-card how Life’s Principles, operating guidelines from nature, can inform leadership inspired by nature’s genius.

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Biomimicry Resource Handbook

The Biomimicry Resource Handbook: A Seed Bank of Best Practices contains over 250 pages of the most current biomimicry thinking, methodology, and tools for naturalizing the practice into the culture.

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Introduction to Biomimicry: Foundational Course

Through the Introduction to Biomimicry: Foundational Course, you’ll quickly discover that biomimicry is more than just looking at the shape of a flower or dragonfly and becoming newly inspired.

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A Biomimicry Primer

What's biomimicry all about? Read the primer from author and Biomimicry 3.8 co-founder Janine Benyus.

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A conversation with author Janine Benyus

Author and Biomimicry 3.8 co-founder Janine Benyus discusses her seminal book, "Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature."

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Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature

Biomimicry is innovation inspired by nature – taking advantage of evolution’s 3.8 billion years of R&D since the first bacteria.

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Case Example: Mimicking prairie sustainable food system strategies

The Land Institute has been working successfully to revolutionize the conceptual foundations of modern agriculture by using natural prairies as a model

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