Its secret ingredient: cellulose nanofibers commonly found in trees and plants.
Urban areas are a major part of the climate change problem — but also the most innovative places for solutions.
Lessons from Janine Benyus, Calera and Interface on accelerating "purpose-built" and regenerative built environments.
Although we are "apes, not ants," we nevertheless can learn from superorganisms to evolve for the greater group.
Nils Faarlund has worked with Bergans and Helsport on mountaineering gear. Now the rock-climbing legend pushes for incorporating nature into designs of all kinds.
To harvest water from the air, NexLoop seeks to pilot its AquaWeb prototypes with urban farms and greenhouses.
Nature's technology inspires human-made innovations in everything from Blue Planet cement to the office of Cookfox Architects.
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.