Triple Pundit Encourage Innovation in the Workplace: Give Workers Free Rein Triple Pundit Ziba, a design research firm, says that “Our workspace…encourages the sorts of fortunate accidents that lead to new perspectives on vexing problems.
No, the title of this blog post is not a typo. What’s the main difference between how we package food and how nature does it? We encase our foods in wax-coated cardboard, layers of plastics, and other materials. Some of those come from harvesting from nature, and some come from pulling oil from deep in the earth. Nature, on the other hand, encases its fruits and nuts in edible or biodegradable coverings. A company called WikiCell Designs is taking that idea from nature and creating edible packaging for liquids, mousses, and emulsions such as ice cream, juices, cheese, and yogurt.
“In this interview, conducted by Mark Finnern, Art Brock who together with Eric Harris-Brown has been the founder of the MetaCurrency project is describing the underlying model of their work: Wealth a Living System Model.”
Unlocking Business Ideas Hidden in the Natural World Terra.com When Janine Benyus coined the term biomimicry in 1997 to describe how nature can inspire innovation, she never expected her phone to start ringing off the hook.
http://autodesk.com/designnight Dr. Dayna Baumeister, co-founder of Biomimicry 3.8 Institute, delivers a compelling presentation about how nature can inspire... (Design Night: Mother Nature - Biomimicry with Dr.
"Settled in a picturesque landscape and spread over 12,500 acres is a town of Lavasa which is about 2 hours drive from Mumbai. It is a town that is soon becoming a holistic and planned destination where visitors throng in large numbers. HOK International has worked on the township planning with biomimicry as their guiding principle to design this wide-spread development."
The Systems Thinking Playbook for Climate Change A toolkit for interactive learning Imprint The Systems Thinking Playbook for Climate Change: A Toolkit for Interactive Learning Authors Linda Booth Sweeney, Dennis Meadows, Gillian Martin Mehers...
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