As an internationally recognized expert on Sustainability Context, Online Stakeholder Engagement, and Sustainability Communications, Bill Baue designs systemic transformation at global, company, and community levels. A serial entrepreneur, he's co-founder of a number of companies and initiatives: Sustainability Context Group, a global community of thought leaders and practitioners who advocate for Context-Based Sustainability; Convetit, an online stakeholder engagement platform; Sea Change Radio, a globally syndicated podcast on sustainability.
Baue curated and edited the e-book Next Generation Sustainability Targets: Toward Big, Context-Based Goals, a compilation of dialogues with Global Reporting Initiative Co-Founder Allen White, The Big Pivot author Andrew Winston, Bob Willard of Sustainability Advantage, Emma Stewart of Autodesk, and others. He works with organizations across the sustainability ecosystem, including 3BL Media, AccountAbility, Audubon, Cabot, Ceres, Climate Counts, CSRwire, GE, Global Compact, Harvard, ICCR, United Nations, Walmart, and Worldwatch Institute.
He teaches in the Marlboro Sustainability MBA, and serves on the Technical Advisory Group of the WWF / WRI / CDP Mind the Science, Mind the Gap initiative on setting science-based carbon targets. He blogs for Guardian Sustainable Business and Sustainable Brands, where he also co-curates the #NewMetrics Channel. He was named on the Guardian Top 15 Thought Leaders in Sustainable Business and TriplePundit Top 30 Sustainability Bloggers on Twitter lists for his tweeting.
He lives in a cohousing community in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts with his wife Jiyanna and daughters Clara, Emma, and Aoife.