Christopher Congleton is a social scientist who applies the science of sharing to help solve ecological and social problems. He integrates human ecology and technological development with natural systems, grounded in critical theory and practice. He has extensive international experience, including facilitating public open space design charrette for the City of Stavanger in Norway and a two year stint as an English Instructor in Korea. His recent work includes a project for the Rainforest Action Network in which he interviewed stakeholders, including staff, partner organizations, and constituents and analyzed data generated by hundreds of participants across the U.S.A. in weekend-long visioning processes to produce a summary of the resulting collective vision. He is also cofounder of the Davis Bike Church. He is interested in connecting with others using evolutionary theory to remove barriers to a just and sustainable world.