For those working to reverse ecological crises and innovate solutions, the greatest untapped resource is a deep understanding of human behavior.
It is time to fully comprehend how people feel, experience, come to terms with, and act in our ecologically fragile world.
Knowing how people relate to change enables us to engage, mobilize, and inspire positive action.
The essential response to ecological threats is tapping our capacity for change.
Innovating solutions to our most urgent challenges requires we be savvy about human behavior. We can no longer afford to not be. It is now time for us all to become fluent in what it means to be a human today. Renee Lertzman knows how to turn our aspirations for a better world into actions that make a difference. She works with leaders in business, government, NGOs, and academia to develop innovative strategies, cutting-edge research, and transformative learning programs to effectively respond to one of the most profound challenges of our time.
June 3 | Sustainable Brands, San Diego
“How to Go Beyond Nudging, Gaming and Competing: Designing Real Engagement”
July 28-Aug 12 | Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC
Faculty, Masters in Environmental Education & Communication Program