How well you scope a challenge, design a concept that emulates nature, and exhibit a biomimicry design process are significant factors during judging. The following resources are provided to help you become familiar with the biomimicry approach and identify a clear climate change-related problem to work on.
The toolbox is your guide to applying nature's lessons to design challenges. This quick-start guide to biomimicry introduces the core concepts and methods that are essential to successfully incorporate insights from nature into design.
AskNature is the Biomimicry Institute's award-winning resource for biological inspiration. Browse nature's strategies and discover potential solutions to your design challenge. The curated collections, organized by theme, are a great place to start exploring.
Our collection of topical resources can help you identify a problem to approach, with an ultimate goal of helping humans and habitats adapt to climate change, reduce our carbon footprint, or sequester carbon using a biomimicry approach.
Get resources to help teachers working with students who are entering the Challenge or pursuing a similar long-term biomimicry project.
Our mentors are experienced biomimicry, technical, business, and educational professionals who volunteer their time and are available to all teams.