The Biophilic Institute promotes biophilia while providing an overarching concept for creating greater positive interactions with nature, health and wellness, social equity, sustainability, and healthy economic systems.
Sustainability is The Institute’s primary concern when discussing the use of our land, and it also supports sustainable technologies and development regarding agriculture that enables communities to transform themselves.
As a central element of its work, Biophilic Cities facilitates a global network of partner cities working collectively to pursue the vision of a natureful city. Partner cities include Barcelona, Edinburgh, Singapore, Washington D.C., and more.
Biophilic Cities acknowledges biophilia as an element of a meaningful urban life, as well as the ethical responsibility that cities have to conserve global nature including the world’s water sources and natural habitats.
Join the Summit hosts and other biophilic leaders at the
Fourth Annual Biophilic Leadership Summit.
Sunday, April 26 – Wednesday, April 29, 2020, at Serenbe in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.
For more information and to register, visit http://biophilicsummit.com/