Global Ecology positions higher education institutions and private, public and non-profit sector organizations for success by providing educational tools and planning and assessment services for negotiating a complex world and marketplace.
The world in which we live is characterized by connections. We are wired across the globe. Success and a high quality of life are therefore not achieved in isolation.
They take place in a larger social and environmental contexts. At the same time, competition for expertise has never been as fierce and as far reaching.
Finding practical solutions to pressing problems thus requires understanding connections, processing large amounts of information, linking local and regional realities to global ones and imagining what we do not know—the uncertain.