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Friday, October 11 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Drive Innovation by Learning from Nature's Design Principles

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In this workshop, Gil and Constança take you on an immersive journey to unravel how life and nature´s intelligence can help us navigate our current societal transitions with hope and agency.
This journey includes interactive games, storytelling and collective sense-making moments. The nature-based design setting invites you to activate your senses and your whole-entrepreneurial self to be present.
We hope to celebrate the insights and learnings as we (re)connect to nature and life´s impulse.

Speakers
avatar for Constanca Belchior

Constanca Belchior

THNK Faculty, BSc Marine Biology, MS Environmental Sciences // THNKer LIS Class 3
I am an environmental and sustainability thinker, designer, and entrepreneur, with a past life in marine biology and policy. I am experimenting with and facilitating leadership and learning journeys for enabling innovation with systemic impact. My path has, in all synchronicity, taken... Read More →
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Gil Penha-Lopes

Researcher, Lecturer and Activist in climate change and sustainability // THNKer LIS Class 8
Gil Penha-Lopes was born and is living in Lisbon, Portugal. He is a father to a 4 years old girl. He is also an environmental scientist, lecturer and activist. He works as an Invited Professor at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, and as a Senior Researcher on Nature-Based... Read More →


Friday October 11, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm CEST
1 - First Floor Program Room Keizersgracht 264
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  • Who is the session for: Lifelong learners that are curious about or looking to deepen their competencies on nature-based design Catalysts that are exploring how their organisations can transform their management, products and services Pollinators that would like to further develop their competencies in facilitation
  • Learning outcomes: o feeling... in awe with nature, and with a heightened curiosity about its potential o being able to.... activate a living systems mindset and related tools and frameworks (e.g. biomimicry) o knowing about… how nature can be a model for our designs, a sustainable benchmark for our creations and a mentor for our lives
  • Maximum amount of participants 50