BIOMIMICRY FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION
June 12-14; New York City
Escaping our cognitive biases is vitally important in today’s society—and nature provides us unbounded opportunities for this. That’s why we’re excited to bring the highly popular Biomimicry for Social Innovation training to New York City for the first time.
There’s only 5 days left to register for the training, where you’ll discover how the city’s backyard can help you see things differently as you begin to learn how to apply ecosystem intelligence to your organizational and social innovation efforts.
From a homebase of the New York Botanical Gardens, the 3-day training activities will include hands on exercises, fields trips that explore Pelham Bay Park (New York City’s largest park) and give participants the chance to apply the concepts learned during the training to a specific challenge or opportunity during a 2-day extension design workshop.
Don’t wait! Regular registration ends April 17.
*Feature photo courtesy of Wikimedia Acroterion