Daniel Pinchbeck offers private consultations with individuals and organizations. Please email him - - for rates and other details.
Daniel also collaborates with futurist Schuyler Brown and their team, Evo Leap, creating innovation summits for corporations, organizations, and municipalities seeking to explore new pathways toward building a regenerative society. Schuyler and Daniel recently co-wrote an essay, The World in a State of Extreme Transition, explaining their concept of a "regenerative culture."
Evo Leap recently organized a 3-day summit at Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, working with a number of Facebook executives and representatives of many NGOS including Sierra Club, 350.org, The Solutions Project, World Wildlife Fund, and Rainforest Action Network. The goal of this meeting was to explore ways to unify the climate movement, and how Facebook might assist in that process. Out of it, a new project emerged, seeking to develop a communications strategy for the climate movement as a whole, and exploring ways that Facebook data could be used by environmental NGOs. Please email Daniel for further information on this initiative.
Daniel currently consults with Nomade Tulum, a hotel in Mexico which is developing the Personal to Planetary Initiation Program, a series of retreats and workshops that connect the individual's process of self-development to the larger social and ecological crises we face as a species. He is also consulting with Puertas, a project to build an ecologically resilient community in Tulum, working with the architect Bjarke Ingels. He is also an advisor to HyLo, a new social network, and TimeRepublik, a time-bank platform.