Biomimicry – a nature-based approach to designing sustainable futures
Issue 381 | Page 43 | Published Jun 2021
Nature has 3.8 billion years of evolution experience. Can we learn from nature's forms, patterns and processes to design a more sustainable world? Biomimicry offers some of the solutions.
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