Biomimicry has already influenced our lives in more ways than you'd likely begin to imagine: Anti-virus software? Airport scanners? That's biomimicry. If you're a regular Treehugger reader, you already know that. And you probably already know that biomimicry is currently helping to drive some of the most intriguing trends in sustainable design. That's why I was eager to catch up with Janine Benyus, who was a panelist at the 'Form and Function: Designing for Humanity' talk at this year's Clinton Global Initiative.