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  • Kerry L.

    It would be very interesting if we could take a few from the earthworm play-book! It will be interesting to see how some of this work progresses (since it is relatively new) and maybe some models will come from the insights.

    If nothing else, this is a great punch for the importance of biodiversity in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. It's yet another opportunity to connect people and concepts who may be individually passionate about biodiversity issues or may be individually passionate about climate change. What a humble reminder earthworms are, that everything is connected and interdependent.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I wonder if there's a way to design something that's sorta structured like an earthworm- to offset emissions. I know that they're not even sure if earth worms can do that on a large scale, but it would be interesting if we used earth worms for biomimicry purposes.