Author(s): tentials and Trends in Biomimetics By Arnim Gleich, Christian Pade, Ulrich Petschow, Eugen Pissarsko
There is a large consensus concerning the necessity of sustainable construction. There may be a consensus that huge spaces of our economic system, business, and generation and the lifestyles types in industrialized nations aren’t susta- in a position. Science and generation are broadly considered (primary) reasons for this case. Issues on this context contain the in most cases low useful resource ef- ciency, an larger and most commonly undebated technological energy, an – creased invasiveness of contemporary applied sciences, expanding quantities and – versity of pollution, and prime technological dangers. On the opposite hand science and generation also are considered (primary) resolution suppliers against extra sustainability. Thus the query is which form of science and generation is quite part of the issue, and which sort is quite part of the answer? Learning from nature can give some orientation on this context. B- mimetics and bionics are broadly considered being part of the answer.