With climate change as an ongoing issue, we must not only construct buildings while limiting waste, but plan for the buildings to give back to the Earth once constructed. This idea is termed regenerative design and needs encouragement, measurable standards, and further research into biomimicry in order to change the future of architecture. Regenerative Urban Design and Ecosystem Biomimicry is a book which explores biomimicry as a solution to climate change, analyzes multiple city case studies, and calls for overarching changes in how we view urban development.
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