The Biomimetic Management Model offers a
nature-inspired paradigm for decarbonization,
addressing the urgent need to mitigate greenhouse gas
emissions and achieve sustainable development. This
paper explores the core principles, synergies with existing
management practices, case studies, advantages,
challenges, and future perspectives of the Biomimetic
The integration of biomimetic principles into various
sectors, such as renewable energy generation, agriculture,
urban planning, and industrial processes, is examined.
Advantages include enhanced biodiversity conservation,
reduced ecological footprint, and increased social
inclusion. However, challenges of complexity,
uncertainty, expertise, cost, and ethics must be overcome.
Mitigation strategies for successful biomimetic
implementation are discussed, along with alignment with
existing decarbonization efforts and fostering stakeholder
collaboration. Ethical considerations of responsible
innovation, indigenous knowledge respect, equitable
access, and social impact assessment are emphasized.
In conclusion, the Biomimetic Management Model
holds great promise as a transformative approach to
combat climate change and foster a resilient, sustainable
Keywords : Biomimicry, Decarbonization, Sustainable Development, Nature-Inspired Management