How to use ideas from nature to solve real world problems and further your career
About this event
Over thousands of years, plants and animals have developed ways to solve problems that have inspired some of the most innovative inventions and solutions. Biomimicry is the emulation of these systems and elements of nature for the purpose of solving complex human problems.
Join us on May 3rd at 18.00pm BST for an interactive workshop with Denise DeLuca, expert Biomimicry educator and practitioner, to learn how ideas from nature can solve real world problems and further your career. Denise will give an overview of biomimicry, examples of how this has been used to solve global challenges and how you can apply biomimicry within your own life.
- Learn what Biomimicry is and examples of how this has solved global challenges
- Take away ideas of how to apply Biomimicry to your own career development and the benefits of doing so
- Learn about additional tools and resources to help you continue building momentum for your personal career growth
- Hear more about the Social Innovation Management programme from Amani Institute and how this could help you grow in your social impact career
About the Amani Institute:
Amani Institute is a global non-profit organization with offices in Kenya, India and Brazil, whose mission is developing professionals and organizations who lead social impact. We create this impact via innovative models of higher education that help individuals acquire the practical skills, personal growth, and networks to take on modern-day social challenges.
About Denise DeLuca:
Denise is a leading-edge thinker, educator, and practitioner in biomimicry and business inspired by nature. She creatively combines her grounding in engineering with her passionate vision to bring pragmatism to progressives and rational thinking to radicals.