Biomimicry: Nature Based Solutions Evening Talk
For 3.8 billion years life has been adapting to change and building resilience. Learn how to look to the rest of Nature for survival strategies to re-frame how we develop sustainable practices, life-friendly products, and thriving social systems.
Join us for an introductory talk on Biomimicry, a practical and inspiring approach to sustainable problem solving. Open Space and Mountain Parks Interpretive Naturalist, Lynne Sullivan will introduce Biomimicry and share a local example targeting flood recovery in Boulder. Local Biomimicry Practitioner, Cheryl Spector will be available to field questions about the profession of Biomimicry and Friday's Biomimicry Field Exercises tour.
6-7:30pm at Eaton Humanities 135