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Janine Benyus coined the term “biomimicry” in 1990 when she had to categorize a journal article on artificial photosynthesis. She says biomimicry ushers in an era based not on what we can extract from nature, but on what we can learn from her. Join Janine Benyus at the Design by Nature Conference in October. What’s Biomimicry All About? More
Omega Institute Berkebile Bob Moving Beyond Green
Bob Berkebile encourages us to look to nature as our model for how to live sustainably in this interview by Omega CEO, Robert "Skip" Backus. Hear more from Bob Berkebile and Skip Backus via the Where We Go From Here Conference Live Stream in October. More
Laurie David argues that we need to redefine "green" as more than just a buzzword, but rather as a value system we can teach our kids. We need to embark on a small rescue mission for the word "green" itself. Five innocent little letters that have come into serious overuse in the last few years. Please don’t hold that against them. More