Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl works internationally as a consultant and educator in regenerative development, whole systems design, and transformative innovation.
He holds degrees in biology, and holistic science, and his 2006 doctoral thesis (Univ. of Dundee) was on Design for Human and Planetary Health.
He is a fellow of the RSA, a Findhorn Foundation Fellow, on the advisory council of the Ojai Foundation and the research group of the Global Ecovillage Network.
He is co-founder of Biomimicry Iberia (2012), and has been collaborating with ‘SmartUIB’ at the University of the Balearic Islands since 2014.
Daniel currently works part-time as Gaia Education’s head of innovation and programme design.
His recent book Designing Regenerative Cultures, published by Triarchy Press in the UK in May 2016, has already gained international acclaim.
I feel honoured to have been asked to join the jury of the LUSH Spring Prize. It is a timely and generous incentive to promote social and ecological regeneration around the world.