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A wiki's purpose is to jointly create content (crowd-sourcing), and to share this content with everybody (open source). The most successful wiki is undoubtedly Wikipedia. This 'Biomimicry in China' wiki by BiDL is about
Biomimicry - an approach to human sustainability that emulates strategies from Nature to create more sustainable human artifacts, processes, environments and systems
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This wiki was created to
- jointly generate, exchange and manage sustainability content related to design, preferably in the field of biomimicry and biomimetic design
- create a community around bio-inspired and sustainability/health topics
- facilitate course administration
This site is a work in progress and under full construction. But you are warmly invited to explore all of its content! Please be aware that on any and every page in this wiki, you can leave your comments by just clicking on the "Discussion" tab in the top right corner. Please do not hesitate to leave your thoughts and engage in this work! Want to first check out our Rules of conduct? Do you need some Help? Or just want to browse this wiki by clicking on "Random Page" in the menu bar on the left? Or contact us at [BiDL]. Or how about just click on any keyword below!
Also, check out how Biomimicry is applied in
- Urban Design
Due to a heavy occurrence of spam on our wiki, we had to restrict the creation of accounts somewhat. So please just [email us at BiDL] and we will gladly create the account for you. Completely free, forever, and without any requirements or obligations for you. Just learning how Biomimicry can make your own work more sustainable!--