Biomimicry 3.8 cofounder, Dayna Baumeister and Kelly Barron shares insights about wellbeing using nature as mentor

Dr. Dayna Baumeister and Kelly Barron share their thoughts on how biomimicry can help us thrive in adversity, fostering human well-being:

“For around 3.8 billion years, nature and millions of creatures who inhabit the planet’s humid jungles, sun-drenched deserts” among other ecosystems “have devised strategies to endure. We too can apply nature’s wisdom to improve our mental, emotional, and physical well-being, learning to adapt, collaborate, and renew ourselves so that we not only live more sustainably on earth, but also—like a towering lodgepole pine—flourishing in the face of adversity.”

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What nature teaches us about wellbeing

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