Saskia van den Muijsenberg, founder of BiomimicryNL (Netherlands), talks about what we can learn from nature to help us with community initiatives.

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We often think of Biomimicry as being about making products. But Biomimicry also can be applied to running businesses and communities. In this TEDx video, Certified Biomimicry Professional Saskia van den Muijsenberg reveals some important lessons from nature such as how nature has continuous loops, relies on cooperative relationships, is resilient, and uses self-organization. This can help us rethink how we can make organizations and our own individual actions more effective.

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How can nature help civil initiatives? With vivid images and examples Saskia van den Muijsenberg teaches us the love for nature. She points out how every organism contributes to the whole by taking initiative. And how the whole is more beautiful than the sum of their parts.

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