Introducing the D4C Process:

Design for Conservation is a methodology

that enables collaborative problem solving

for environmental conservation and sustainability challenges.

Why Design for Conservation?

There is a need for a specific,

better targeted Design Thinking process for Conservation, Sustainability and Social Innovation.

 

D4C is a methodology that enables people to address complex challenges in a creative, non-linear way, taking into consideration multiple stakeholder points of view -  

human and nonhuman - and the complex interactions between their systems.

 
  • Solve complex problems collaboratively with all your stakeholders.

  • Propose new ways of  being, doing and relating to our environment.

  • Navigate your transitional path through radical innovation and change.

  • Forge empowering alliances with traditional communities.

  • Engage effectively through empathy and positive experiences.

An iterative Agile to Deep process that adapts to your team's resources and availability

Wild thoughts

connect@design4conservation.com

Auckland, New Zealand

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