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Carlos Fiorentino is a design educator, researcher and practitioner, born in Argentina, and has lived in Canada since 2006. He is a doctoral student in Human Ecology at the University of Alberta. He teaches in the Department of Art & Design and Department of Human Ecology at the University of Alberta and in the Design Studies Program at Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton. He has worked professionally in the visual communication design field for twenty years. In 2010 he introduced the first Design for Sustainability interdisciplinary course at the University of Alberta, integrating Biomimicry as a core subject, and has been giving lectures and published papers internationally about this experience ever since. He is also co-founder of the recently established Biomimicry Alberta regional network and the Design for Sustainability Research Group at the University of Alberta.