Daniel Fischer is Professor for Sustainability Education & Communication at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. Daniel’s research explores how more sustainable ways of living and consuming can be facilitated through communication and learning. He uses inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to understand how consumption patterns evolve and change over time and in different cultural settings, and what role communication processes play in this. Daniel’s strong interest is in intervention research. In recent research projects with his SuCo2 research group, he studied how innovative practices like mindfulness, storytelling, or citizen science can disrupt consumption routines and increase reflexivity in individuals. His work aims, in an educational tradition, to empower people to re-shape their relationships with the consumer societies into which they have been born, encultured, and socialized in the industrialized world.  Before he joined Leuphana, Daniel served as Assistant Professor for Sustainability Education at Arizona State University (USA) and Associate Professor for Consumer Communication and Sustainability at Wageningen University (THe Netherlands).