Christopher Hart

Location: The Hague, the Netherlands

  • Curriculum design & delivery

Mr. Christopher Hart BEng, MBA, is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the ECO Seek Foundation. Chris was born in Leeds, United Kingdom (1968). Married with three children, has held senior positions in many industries working globally across many diverse cultures in the public, private and non-profit sectors.  He is a passionate advocate for multi-sector problem-solving and global environmental issues with the drive and determination to help develop the young leaders of the future.

He believes that ‘By encouragement, support and empowerment of young people in our ever changing world, we must create a platform of discovery to unlock the potential for sustainable environmental solutions’.

In 2011, Chris published his paper ‘Constraints of Performance – Communication, Consistent and Effective?’ based on his life and professional experience of intercultural performance and change management. He realised that by adapting, channelling and improving the communication loop through out of the box ideas and synergies, major benefits and sustainable improvements can be achieved.

Over the past years, Chris has worked with and listened to the feedback of many groups of students within the International community. Chris identified that there was a real need to enable and support young people to make a difference to the environmental issues that we face now and in the future.

Consequently, Chris formed the ECO Seek Foundation to create the core values of sustainable improvement and designed continuous improvement programmes within the context of the educational curriculum, recognising the opportunity to create an International community pioneering environmental sustainable solutions for the future.

His goal is to assist and enable students to discover and unlock their potential to environmental sustainable solutions within the wider international educational community.

Inspired by the United Nations commitment to address the global environmental issues that we face by 2030, the process focuses on engaging and empowering students encompassing a three phase approach, Environment, Education and Equity, complemented by proven analysis and implementation techniques.

An essential aspect of his work is to merge education, knowledge, cross curricular activity and student development with the everyday activities and practices.

Environmental awareness should be encouraged throughout society and especially within the global youth population. Building tomorrows leaders is the most important task at hand.

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