Monthly Archives: October 2013

Thoughts about bio-mimicry and the economy in ecological terms

Janine Benyus’ bio-mimicry videos,¬†12 Sustainable Design Ideas From Nature and¬†Biomimicry in Action, make a good point that nature already has the solution to many of our design problems. The videos bring up many examples where nature has done the processes … Continue reading

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Thoughts about Science and Sustainability

The video Science for the Future and the Future of Science really explains how growth and technology lead us to where we are today. The world is being consumed and people have to find new places to live because the … Continue reading

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Thoughts about the Story of Stuff and Systems

The video “Story of Stuff” really makes sense. Consumerism is creating a world where it will be difficult to survive in the future. All the toxic materials will easily create an uninhabitable environment for human beings. The peer pressure to … Continue reading

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Thoughts about Sustainability and Learning

I have no experience in sustainability. It gave me a new perspective of looking at how wasteful society is. Businesses should look at sustainability when making decisions so that they are not harming their surroundings for the future. I think … Continue reading

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