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Research & Development in Biomimicry and Sustainability

Resilience design principles, innovation & business 

At Greenloop we are continuously developing new tools and methodologies to better help our clients. We select, articulate and operationalize ecosystems functioning principles, in order to help businesses & public bodies become more resilient and sustainable. 

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Innovation & Transition Strategy

Greenloop has created a simple yet powerful methodology and innovative tools to help companies see sustainability as an opportunity.

Derived from life’s design principles, our tools help our clients set a tailored vision on sustainability for their organisations.

This approach thus enables the use and valorization of a large and adapted set of new and existing management tools to be applied with respect to the goals set.

Transition management integrates all of Greenloop's skills and competences, and includes some or all of the following services, depending on the client's needs:

Innovation

System thinking, system innovation

Biomimicry and sustainability are at the centre of research & development

We understand that sustainability is not only a matter of technological innovations to overcome current challenges. Sustainability is founded in the ability of an organisation to be innovative and adapt to an ever changing environment. Innovation at Greenloop consists in translating valuable insights from life sciences to identify and apply optimal organisational conditions for innovation and sustainability.  

Biomimicry

Greenloop uses Biomimicry as a tool to provide innovative and practical answers to sustainability issues that are being faced by organisations.

Since the birth of life on earth more than 3 billion years ago, countless species have thrived spectacularly, interacting in a dynamic balance with the planet. Living species have secured their long-term survival through a process of natural adaptation by trial and error, providing us with the most successful example of sustainability on this planet.

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