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Nature’s Pulling the Fire Alarm, So What Can People Do Now?

Nature’s Pulling the Fire Alarm, So What Can People Do Now?

The recent fires in Australia burned an area over twice the size of Portugal, with estimates nearing a billion animals lost along with critical habitat, food sources, and services the forests provide. The fires have set off a feedback loop that doubles down on climate change, releasing carbon trapped in organic plant matter and removing a main absorber of atmospheric carbon at the same time.

Welcome to the Climate-Change-Reversing Invention Convention

Welcome to the Climate-Change-Reversing Invention Convention

At its heart, Bioneers is a nexus to explore nature-inspired solutions to social and environmental challenges. This year’s summit also served as the culmination of the third-annual Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, sponsored by the Biomimicry Institute in partnership with the Ray C. Anderson Foundation. Sierra Magazine profiled each of the teams who took the stage at Bioneers this year, sharing details about their planet-saving innovations.

Planting more forest in less time: Nature-inspired reforestation solution captures the 2018 Ray of Hope Prize

Planting more forest in less time: Nature-inspired reforestation solution captures the 2018 Ray of Hope Prize

Nucleário, an all-in-one reforestation solution, designed to be used in remote areas of the Atlantic rainforest, has won the 2018 Ray of Hope Prize®.

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