Climate change solutions: How does nature manage carbon?

Humans see carbon dioxide as the poison of our era. The rest of nature sees it as a building block. Plants use carbon to make sugars, starches, and cellulose. Corals use carbon to build reefs, and mollusks use carbon to manufacture their shells. Nature’s been writing the book on carbon chemistry for billions of years, and suddenly, it’s required reading for humanity.

Watch nature exhale as Biomimicry 3.8 co-founder Janine Benyus explains how biomimicry can help reverse climate change 

Want more inspiration from nature on reversing climate change? Download the free presentations slides that tell the story of how one company is using carbon to make cement.