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Welcome January I ecobe Sustainability Sparks
- Cradle to Cradle
- Building strong structures like a sponge
Welcome December I ecobe Sustainability Sparks
- Tips for circular design
Welcome November I ecobe Sustainability Sparks
- Circular economy
- Swarm intelligence, the magic of seven
Welcome October I ecobe Sustainability Sparks
- Three sustainability strategies and how to use them
- Inspired by nature, how does nature keep warm and dry?
Welcome September I ecobe Sustainability Sparks
- Do you know the triangle of Sustainability and that you can use it as a creative brainstorming tool to find sustainable solutions?
- Inspired by nature, How can we create strong but lightweight materials like nature?
Welcome August I ecobe sustainability sparks
- Are you a small business owner and want to make your business more sustainable?
- Inspired by nature, How can we create eco-friendly colors like nature?
Hello, I am Ulla, the founder of ecobe.
I am a sustainability consultant, designer, and Biomimicry specialist and love to write about creative methods, creating sustainable businesses, design and Biomimicry.
I look forward to connect with you.
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At the core of biomimicry lie the Life’s Principles, a set of universal design guidelines derived from the patterns and strategies found in nature. These principles serve as a framework for sustainable and regenerative solutions, offering insights into how organisms have adapted and flourished over time. By emulating these principles, we can create solutions that are efficient and resilient and in harmony with the natural world.
You may already know the concept of a technical and biological cycle as a framework for the circular economy. For transitioning to a circular economy, the two main cycles are divided into smaller loops which show the processes that enable materials and products to stay in circulation or sagely biodegrade. We will have a closer look at how these cycles work with the help of the famous so-called butterfly diagram.
When thinking about transitioning to a circular economy, a big question in your head might be, how can I implement these principles in practice? When discussing implementing circularity, people often refer to Cradle to Cradle. So what’s it all about?
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