Dell said that 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 do not exist today. This means that a new economy will emerge and that exiting companies and industries that lack resilience will be forced to either be disrupted or join the disruption. However, in this wave of uncertainty there exists a time-tested model and mentor for creating some of the most efficient and sustainable forms, processes and systems - nature. In this talk, Jamie explores biomimicry and the way that nature is transforming the way we think, behave and create. Think for example, of walls that can breathe like skin, buildings that can self-heal, and communities that generate zero waste like a forest. In a world of wicked problems, biomimicry brings a hopeful message about how to thrive on this planet, which in this talk, Jamie uses to reframe the relationships between our built environments and our natural ones - helping us create more harmonious, sustainable, and resilient systems.