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Biodiversity

Biodiversity

Biodiversity is diversity of living things – eco-systems, species and genetic complexity.

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Biomimicry

Biomimicry

Biomimicry comes from the word bios, meaning of life and mimesis, meaning to imitate. Biomimicry imitated biological design’s processes and laws to solve human problems and emulating nature strategy and patterns to design products. Read more..

Butterfly effect

Butterfly effect

The butterfly effect is a term used to describe the idea within chaos theory called sensitive dependence on initial conditions. It explains how single factors creates sensitivity to “initial conditions” such as situations in which events in one area of a network can cause major and unpredictable responses in other parts of the network. Read more.

Deep Ecology

Deep Ecology

In 1973, Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer Arne Næss introduced the phrase deep ecology to environmental literature in the short essay “The Shallow and the Deep, Long-Range Ecology Movement: A Summary” (1973). Deep Ecology is rooted in Eastern religion and philosophies. Read more..

Ecocentric  

Ecocentric  

Ecocentric is a type of environmentalism taking the view that large-scale ecological processes such as evolution, adaptation, and biogeochemical cycling are the most important aspects of nature. Moral values and rights are ascribed to ecological processes, read more..

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