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Dynamic Planet designs and scales conservation solutions for transformative environmental change through new business models.

What we do

For the first time in human history the limits of our natural resources are in sight. If we continue to use more than can be regenerated, we greatly jeopardize the Earth’s ability to provide for us. We’re at a crucial point of enlightenment regarding how we’re connected to everything on the planet.

Using a smart combination of capital, science and media, Dynamic Planet focuses on our collective relationship with each other and the Earth to make faster progress on living sustainably with our planet. We evaluate connected impact from the start, to maximize ecological, economic and social benefits.


We develop multi-stakeholder solutions through:


Ecological & economic assessment for market-conscious models


Impact investment


Cross-sector matchmaking for innovative problem solving


Storytelling and targeted advocacy

Dynamic Planet advises

TRH Crown Prince and Princess of Norway

Global Viral with Dr. Nathan Wolfe

Blue Legacy with Alexandra Cousteau


Pristine Seas with Dr. Enric Sala

Virgin Unite & The Ocean Elders

The Ocean Foundation

Children's Eyes on Earth and the International Dialogue for Environmental Action with Reza Deghati

Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum


Dynamic Planet was founded in 2012, by CEO Kristin Rechberger to scale successful conservation initiatives through business.

Prior to founding Dynamic Planet, Kristin was Senior Vice President of Global Programs and Partnerships at the National Geographic Society, where over 14 years she helped lead its global expansion by launching and growing its international cable channels, global corporate partnerships division, and global research, conservation, and exploration programs.

Before joining National Geographic, Kristin lived in Seoul, Korea and explored Asia as a Luce Foundation Fellow, designing informal educational systems and traveling extensively producing documentary films.

In 2009, Kristin was selected to join the Young Global Leader community of the World Economic Forum where she currently serves on the Advisory Council and works with several initiatives including oceans, the shared economy, and the future of global development. Kristin has a public policy degree and documentary film certificate from Duke University.


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