It's been two decades since the launch of a book and a movement on harnessing nature's designs to solve pressing environmental challenges. How — and where — is it going?
We can learn a lesson or two from Mother Nature.
The bad news: We only have a few decades left to shift to regenerative design. But there's good news, too.
Meet the finalists of the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.
The field of biomimicry offers an array of real-life examples of sustainable transportation
To find boundless opportunity for innovative design, look to nature. Here's inspiration from some of our best talks on the topic.
Find out how biomimicry is a source of inspiration for the future of sustainable design.
Here's how an olive tree, the rainbow trout and a wallaby all provide inspiration for sustainable energy systems.
Here's how honey bees and the human kidney inspire innovation in agriculture, air purification and pollution management.
How will we adapt to climate change effects we no longer can avoid?