Living Into Transformative Change

  • October 18, 2021
  • 5:00 PM
  • Zoom

Organization: UC Sustainability

UC | Sustainability presents a presentation on "Living Into Transformative Change" with Daniel Hart

Email Green@uc.edu for WebEx link


How does social change happen?

What role can you plan in creating positive change in the world?

What is your vision for a sustainable future?


At the root of our environmental and social problems, are the ways that we work with each other, and fundamentally the way that we live our own lives. This presentation will explore a few models and frameworks for diving deeper into thinking about how social and organizational change happens, starting with the self as a foundation for changemaking. Daniel Hart outlines the importance of intentionality for the way that we design our own lives and for the way that we work with others based on principles from ecology, fractal theory, and natural systems.

Originally from Richmond, VA, Daniel's work lies at the intersection of social change, sustainability, and regenerative design. He holds a Masters in Community Planning from the University of Cincinnati and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies, a minor in Geography, and a certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Colorado, and in 2013 received his PDC. He’s worked at the University of Colorado Environmental Center, Environmental Stewardships Concepts, and spent a summer doing a work exchange at Dancing Rabbit EcoVillage. Currently, Daniel works as the Sustainability Coordinator for the University of Cincinnati, serves on the City's Environmental Advisory Council, and is the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Cincinnati Permaculture Institute.

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