This Earth Day, Invest in Our Planet and AskNature

We’ve designed a new guide to help you introduce the primary lessons to any age or discipline that is not yet familiar with the concept of biomimicry. Introducing: The Community Guide to Putting Nature Back into Human Nature. The best way to make global change happen is to start with a local approach. This guide serves as a way to bring biomimicry into your community so you can feel empowered to spread hope and action.

Taking Biomimicry Practice to the Next Level

Hear from Professionals in the New Biomimicry Biographies

The Astrobiofuturist, Billy Almon, kicks us off with the first of the 6-part Biomimicry Biographies series as he explains in the video below how important it is for one to listen and to build relationships, because that is how we, the people of Earth, can begin to improve the planet.

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The Biomimicry Institute empowers people to create nature-inspired solutions for a healthy planet. www.biomimicry.org

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