John Todd, an ecological designer in the field of biomimicry, imitates nature’s evolutionary genius to serve human ends harmlessly, using nature’s processes as the design for buildings, technologies and practical solutions to environmental devastation. Educator David Orr suggests that true ecological design can take place only in a society willing to ask, “How would nature do it?”

ON Bioneers | November 2, 2012 | 9:30 am

Ecological Design: The Architecture of Nature and Democracy

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John Todd, an ecological designer in the field of biomimicry, imitates nature’s evolutionary genius to serve human ends harmlessly, using nature’s processes as the design for buildings, technologies and practical solutions to environmental devastation. Educator David Orr suggests that true ecological design can take place only in a society willing to ask, “How would nature do it?”

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