Posts tagged regenerative design
Changing the World — One Chicken at a Time

The Main Street Project aims to change the way poultry is produced by establishing a new system design for poultry-centered regenerative farming and a new industry standard. The poultry-centered regenerative standard fully integrates the environment for the chicken, the social foundation for the system deployment and the economics of farming and food industry management.

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Why Jason McLennan is optimistic about regenerative buildings

When it comes to the field of restorative architecture, few designers have earned the notoriety or respect afforded Jason McLennan.When last he spoke with GreenBiz, the co-author of the Living Building Challenge suggested that deeper climate knowledge would be integral to the future of architectural design and wished it were given more attention in academia.

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Biomimicry @ 20: A conversation with Janine Benyus

It's been two decades since the book "Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature," was published, in May 1997. And in the 20 years since, the author, Janine Benyus, has been spearheading a revolution in design thinking, getting companies, cities and others to look to nature and natural systems for answers to questions about how to harness nature's wisdom to create products, buildings, cities and other things that are nontoxic, closed-loop, regenerative and, as she puts it, "conducive to life."

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