Thursday, January 26, 2012

BProfessional Travelogue: Spain

Lindsay and Amy just got back from our latest intensive week of visioning and deep learning about biomimicry in Spain.  The Biomimicry Professional Pathways sent out this email summary and we thought we'd cross post it to give you a flavor of what we experienced.  As always, it was an amazing experience.  Amy has also written about her experiences at her blog: Liquid Triangle Sustainability.  Please check it out! 

Travelogue: Spain
2011 Biomimicry Professional certification program participants discover the Mediterranean Steppe

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Earlier this month marked the fourth in-person session for the current cohort of the Biomimicry Professional certification program. Held in the Mediterranean Steppe ecosystem in the Andalucian region of Spain, the biomimics studied how life has evolved in a region of the world where agriculture has been present for many hundreds of years. Michael Pawlyn of Exploration Architecture joined the crew for a couple days of deep diving into the world of biomimicry, and gave us a captivating and intimate presentation of the leading edge work his organization is doing including the Sahara Forest Project. All participants returned home inspired and motivated to continue their individual and collective biomimicry journeys.

Reposted from Biomimicry Professional Pathways:

Stay inspired!

ERIN LEITCH, Certified Biomimicry Professional (CBP), LEED AP BD+C
Professional Pathways Director | Biomimicry 3.8
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