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Daniel works internationally in the fertile intersection between education, transformative innovation, futures practice, activism and culture change. His background is in biology/zoology (BSc., University of Edinburgh), holistic science (MSc.,Schumacher College) and design for sustainability (PhD., University of Dundee, 2006). He is a member of the International Futures Forum, a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA) and the Findhorn Foundation, and co-founder of Biomimicry Iberia. He sits on the advisory councils of The Ojai Foundation, The Ecosystems Restoration Camp Foundation, The Cloudburst Foundation and the research working group of the Global Ecovillage Network. Daniel regularly teaches on the ‘MA in Ecological Design Thinking’ at Schumacher College.

Daniel has collaborated with Gaia Education since 2007 and currently holds a part-time position as their ‘Head of Innovation and Design’. He developed the content and concept behind the ‘SDG Community Implementation Flashcards’ of Gaia Education, which have been launched in collaboration with UNESCO and were so far translated into Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Arabic. He is the co-author/author of the ecological, social, economic and worldview dimension of Gaia Education’s successful online programme in ‘Design for Sustainability’. In 2016 Triarchy Press in the UK published Daniel’s first book, Designing Regenerative Cultures, which rapidly reached international acclaim. Daniel’s blog and content curation on various social media platforms has developed a large international following since the book was published.

Daniel is fluent in German, English and Spanish. He has lived in Germany, Great Britain, Spain, California, Mexico, Thailand and Japan. The recent birth of his daughter has further deepened his dedication to being a glocal change agent in the transition towards diverse regenerative cultures and a thriving future for all. His clients have included: Ecover, Camper, LUSH, UK Foresight, The State of the World Forum, Bioneers, Balears.t, the Dubai Futures Foundation, LEAD International, UNITAR, and various universities, design schools, and foundations.

"Die Welt in der wir leben ist durch den Narrativ geprägt den wir über uns selbst haben"


Designing Bioregionally

Journey in Sustainability and Regeneration

Interview mit David Orr

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Originally trained as a biologist (University of Edinburgh & University of California, Santa Cruz, 1992-1996), he also holds an MSc. in Holistic Science (Schumacher College, 2001-2002) and a PhD in Natural Design (University of Dundee, 2003-2006).

Daniel was the director of Findhorn College between 2007 and 2010, where he developed the world’s first masters in sustainable community design in collaboration with ‘Heriot Watt University’.

He has designed and delivered sustainability related workshops and conferences for the United Nations Institute of Training and Research capacity building centre CIFAL Scotland.

Daniel is a member of Gaia Education, the ‘Royal Society for the Arts’ (FRSA), the International Futures Forum, and a Findhorn Foundation fellow.

He lives on Majorca, and works locally and internationally as an independent sustainability consultant and educator for a range of private companies, business clusters, and civil society organizations.

Among his clients and collaborators are, or were: The UK government’s ‘UK Foresight’ (Department of Business, Innovation and Science), Decision Integrity, the ‘Clear Village Foundation’, Ecover, Forum for the Future, Bioneers, LEAD International, Camper, Balears.t, the ‘Instituto Oceanografico de España’, the Progressio Foundation, Gaia Education, the ‘Global Ecovillage Network’, the ‘International Futures Forum’, the ‘State of the World Forum’, “Fundacion Universidad Empresa de las Islas Balears”, the Open University of Catalonia, and the University of the Balearic Islands.

(C) Die Autoren changed: 24. November 2019