Readers of this book could be those who will help get us there faster.
And, what I find most impressive in Janine Benyus's book is her enthusiasm in communicating the work of a great numbers of 'biomimics'.
This book is very interesting and is a must read for anyone who wishes to learn more about perserving our environment.
This is one very smart book written over 20 years ago. After completing it I cannot get over how monkey-minded we humans have become. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Marky Mark Twain
This is amazing science. As a country, we will never do this because we are too spoiled. But, WOW! If we could only see the big picture. Must read.Published 29 days ago by Roland E. Miller
pretty much what i excepted, although low grade paper quality and lacking imagery which would have enhanced the reader experiencePublished 2 months ago by K. Campisano
First of all, the subject matter is impressive and inspiring; using Nature as an example of how things can be done economically. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steven Bryan
A must read. I couldnt put it down. I think everyone should read it and learn more about how their built environmentals should be.Published 7 months ago by skd
Classic book introducing the field of Biomimicry. Well written. It gives a good overview and historical perspective of a field that holds lots of promise and has expanded since... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ellen F Fillion
This books is not only well written, but beautifully! Janine brings her adventures and the ideas and characters of a multitude of individuals to life with her expressive and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amarithe
Love this book - Janine is inspiring, innovative and convincing. I loved her Ted Talk also, and am looking forward to hearing more from Janine on her thoughts of business inspired... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cilly
I love nature, and this book showed me how the smallest things in nature are just as wonderful as the huge mountains and oceans. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andras Sandor Molnar