“Individual actions multiplied by millions have big environmental results.” We’ve been saying that from day one on Green Sense. Recently, an infographic illustrating just which individual actions can have the most positive impact went viral. Seth Wines with the University of British Columbia, is the author of the report on which it’s based.
Biomimicry, or nature-inspired designs to develop solutions to reverse or adapt to climate change continues to be a trend in sustainability. The Biomimicry Global Design Challenge for students has been taking place annually since 2008 and we’re joined by Megan Schuknecht with the Biomimicry Institute to talk about this year’s challenge.