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Biomimicy Change Levers

Three upcoming events on biomimicry may be of interest to EcoSapiens blog readers:

AMED (The Association of Management Education & Development) are hosting a half day workshop on 'biomimicry change levers for behaviour change' on 30 September in London. Run by Andy Middleton and Belina Raffy, the workshop will provide an introdcution and overview of the ways that biomimicry brings fresh perspectives and proven solutions to organisations wanting to embed sustainability and innovation. There's a small charge for the event.

MAFFICK's Belina Raffy is offering one business, community group or organisation in London the opportunity for a FREE 90 minute 'biomimicry and business change' workshop as taster event and trial of new materials that she's developed for the Applied Improvisation Network's annual conference in November.

ECOSAPIENS are working with SOCIETAS' Melissa Sterry and the team at NEW FRONTIERS to develop a four day biomimicry and social change conference that will take place in Cardiff in spring 2010. Topics will cover change levers, communication and behaviour change, and possibly and workshop on community engagement & food resilience.

Email or phone us on +44 1437 720879 for further information.

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