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Name  Janine Benyus
Role  Science writer
Education  Rutgers University


Books  Biomimicry, Northwoods wildlife, The field guide to wildlife h, The Secret Language & Remark, The Field Guide to Wildlife H
Similar People  Paul Hawken, William McDonough, Michael Pawlyn, Eric Avery, Leonardo DiCaprio

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Janine M. Benyus (born 1958 in New Jersey) is an American natural sciences writer, innovation consultant, and author.

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Benyus graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University with degrees in natural resource management and English literature/writing. Benyus teaches interpretive writing, lectures at the University of Montana, and works towards restoring and protecting wild lands. She serves on a number of land use committees in her rural county, and is president of Living Education, a nonprofit dedicated to place-based living and learning. Benyus lives in Stevensville, Montana.

Work in biomimicry

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Benyus has authored six books on biomimicry, including Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. In this book she develops the basic thesis that human beings should consciously emulate nature's genius in their designs.

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In 1998, Benyus co-founded the Biomimicry Guild, the Innovation Consultancy, which helps innovators learn from and emulate natural models in order to design sustainable products, processes, and policies that create conditions conducive to life. She is also President of The Biomimicry Institute, a non-profit organization whose mission is to naturalize biomimicry in the culture by promoting the transfer of ideas, designs, and strategies from biology to sustainable human systems design.

In 2006, Benyus co-founded a non-profit organization which launched AskNature.org in 2008. In 2010, Benyus, Dayna Baumeister, Chris Allen, and their team combined the non-profit and profit parts into Biomimicry 3.8.

Authored works

  • Biomimicry : Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine M. Benyus, Sept. 1, 1997, (ISBN 0-06-053322-6)
  • Beastly Behaviors: A Zoo Lover's Companion by Janine M. Benyus and Juan Carlos Barbery (1990-now WL VA) (Oct 1993) (ISBN 0-201-62482-6)
  • Northwoods Wildlife: A Watcher's Guide to Habitats by Janine M. Benyus (Jul 1989) (ISBN 1-55971-003-9)
  • The Secret Language & Remarkable Behavior of Animals by Janine M. Benyus and Juan Carlos Barberis (Jan 10, 1998) (ISBN 1-57912-036-9)
  • The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States by Janine M. Benyus (Jun 15, 1989) (ISBN 0-671-65908-1)
  • Wildlife in the upper Great Lakes Region a Community Profile (SuDoc A 13.78:NC-301) by Janine M. Benyus (1992)
  • Christmas Tree Pest Manual by Janine M Benyus (Jan 1, 1983)
  • Awards and honors

  • Women of Discovery Award (2006), WINGS WorldQuest
  • Rachel Carson Environmental Ethics Award
  • Lud Browman Award for Science Writing
  • Science Writing in Society Journalism Award
  • Barrows and Heinz Distinguished Lectureships
  • Design Futures Council Senior Fellow
  • 2012 Heinz Award
  • References

    Janine Benyus Wikipedia


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