North Florida Green Chamber Hosting Intro to Biomimicry
NFGCC is presenting an Introduction to Biomimicry, an emerging discipline that seeks to emulate nature’s strategies and principles to create sustainable solutions to human challenges.
The North Florida Green Chamber of Commerce (NFGCC) is presenting an Introduction to Biomimicry, an emerging discipline that seeks to emulate nature’s strategies and principles to create sustainable solutions to human challenges.
An Introduction to Biomimicry principles, including an overview of biomimicry concepts and process, examples of biomimicry in action, and the impact biomimicry can have on a company, project or organization will be held Tuesday, Feb. 25 at Theatre Jacksonville, 2032 San Marco Blvd. at 6 p.m.
Applying biomimicry to product and system development helps create truly sustainable solutions. So, this is a great opportunity to learn about biomimicry and share ideas of problems you’d like to see NFGCC tackle in our North Florida.
This opening session will serve as an introduction to a three-month program where Jessica Tittl, an experienced and passionate chemist and microbiologist, will lead attendees in applying biomimicry to solve a problem in Jacksonville.
Mother Nature has put in billions of years of product development. Attendees will learn how to apply biomimicry theories to gleam inspiration from nature to solve problems and drive sustainability.
By asking the question: “How would nature do this?”, biomimics around the world are creating products, processes, companies and policies that are well adapted to life on Earth over the long haul.
NFGCC’s Introduction to Biomimicry is being sponsored by Breaking Ground Contracting and the Florida Green Building Coalition. It's a powerful philosophy being used by businesses to tackle some of the sustainability challenges of products and production processes.
Date & Time
February 25, 2020
6:00PM - 7:00PM
Theatre Jacksonville 2032 San Marco Blvd. Jacksonville 32208 FL US https://www.najax.com/businesses/fl-jacksonville-theatre-jacksonville