S3E8 - How Biomimicry Leverages the Best of 3.8 Million Years of R&D
with 🎙️ Denise E Mall, Managing Director of EnsO Earth
💧 EnsO Earth focuses on the intersection of living futures, biomimicry, circularity, and ecological design thinking to go beyond sustainable towards regenerative solutions.
What we covered:
🍏 How we can learn from nature and apply the best of what it developed through 3.8 million years of R&D
🍏 What Biomimicry is all about, and how down that path you'll find Net Positive Water
🍏 How EnsO Earth created the Living Machine and the Living Building concepts
🍏 How Janine Benyus ignited the "sacred fire" that steers Denise towards creating a better planet for her great-great children
🍏 How becoming an Engineer as a woman is still not as much of a common path as being a teacher, a lawyer, or a nurse
🍏 How most of the pollution can be traced back to humans, pouring chemistry into nature
🍏 How there is no such thing as "waste" in nature, but only valuable building blocks and natural resources.
🍏 How we're kind of stupidly using drinking water for water applications that don't require at all such a level of purity
🍏 How it is our collective responsibility to sort the mess we've created
🍏 How "Day Zero" may sadly become much more common all around the Planet
🍏 How transposing the International Space Station's water management to earth is only a matter of financial equation - and how we value water stress.
🍏 Biophilic environmental connection, the power of plants, all being organs of a bigger body, working on reality, not fiction, and much more!
🔥 ... and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥
➡️ Send your warm regards to Denise Mall on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/denise-e-mall-ensoearth/
➡️ Get the Full Story (including an infographic and full transcript) here: https://dww.show/how-biomimicry-leverages-the-best-of-3-8-million-years-of-research-and-development
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