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Adult Lecture: Biomimicry – Emulating Nature’s Genius to Inspire Innovation for a Sustainable Future with Linda Paisley
Nature Discovery Center Lecture Series - For the Inquisitive Naturalist
First Wednesday of every month from 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Nature Discovery Center in Russ Pitman Park, 7112 Newcastle, Bellaire, TX 77401
Donations accepted. Light refreshments are served.
Biomimicry – Emulating Nature’s Genius to Inspire Innovation for a Sustainable Future
with Linda Paisley
February 6 at 7pm
Biomimicry offers a holistic and deeply rooted method for achieving true sustainability. Nature embodies more than four billion years of experience perfecting the designs and behaviors that make organisms and living systems thrive. Biomimicry is the investigation and search of nature for solutions to humanity’s form, process, and system design challenges. Join us for an exciting talk about cutting edge theory for urban planning, architecture, home living, and meeting environmental challenges.
Linda Paisley graduated from University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Biology, received her Masters from the University of Houston in Architecture, and is currently working on her MBA in Sustainability. She participated on the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston team that built The School of Nursing, Houston’s first LEED gold building. She is a Master Gardener and is completing Master Naturalist training. A certified Biomimicry Specialist, she has participated in Biomimicry Workshops in Peru, Arizona, and in Austin, Texas. Linda also serves on the Boards of the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center and the Blackwood Land Institute.
For more information contact: Eric Duran at 713-667-6550 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website http://www.naturediscoverycenter.org/lectures-workshops. Donations welcome.