nbj: Please give us a working definition of biomimicry.
Janine Benyus: Biomimicry is learning from and then emulating nature’s best ideas. Life has existed on earth for 3.8 billion years and in that time, it’s created incredible technologies—ways to produce materials that are lightweight with very few inputs, ways of performing chemistry without toxins, ways to enhance a habitat and make it more and more conducive to life.
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