[Episode 6] Since the scientific revolution, logic, order and neatness have been defining factors of human civilisations. What if we changed our way of thinking about it?
Since the scientific revolution, logic, order and neatness have been defining factors of human civilisations. However, the issue of climate change needs a radical change in bringing nature and wildness back. In this episode, Amy talks to Sam Chevallier from ReWild Africa about the importance of regenerative thinking, biomimicry and rewinding in our path to climate change mitigation. Sam is a biomimicry specialist, filmmaker and design thinker in Cape Town, South Africa.
Sam Chevallier And ReWild Africa
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. Sam Chevallier studied environmental development at Stellenbosch University before heading to do honours in Sustainable Development at the Sustainability Institute. Ever since then, Sam has been exploring different parts of our planet, learning more about our relationship with it, and applying theory such as design thinking and Biomimicry to solve this disconnect within socio economic environment. He has co -founded ReWild Africa, a film and storytelling company. ReWild has helped in building the online course – Learn Biomimicry.