David A. Hindin
David Hindin is using his legal, behavioral science, leadership, and storytelling expertise to address human overshoot, especially exposing the myth that technology innovation (e.g., green energy) by itself will solve our planetary environmental crises.
David was an enforcement attorney and senior executive at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. His career included: developing and implementing programs; litigating enforcement cases to reduce pollution; managing information systems; promoting public access to government information; and using evidence to implement and modernize programs.
David has published papers on the potential of advanced monitoring technology to reduce pollution, how to design effective rules, the root causes of our environmental crises we prefer to ignore and promoting collaboration among land conservation and affordable housing organizations. He created and taught a graduate public policy course at George Washington University.
David has a BS from University of Michigan, an MS in psychology from Arizona State University and a J.D. from University of California, Berkeley. David was a Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative 2021 Fellow and 2022 Senior Fellow.