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8th August 2021

What Is Ours To Do?

Over the last few months we have been global witnesses to a range of extreme weather events that have left many people and their livelihoods in tatters.  As I write this on 8th August we are watching devestating fires in Greece that threaten homes and lives, protected historical sites, forests and species.   In June, Canada […]

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2nd March 2021

What’s mine to do? Launching the 3rd global CCA 24 hour conversation with Tom Rivett-Carnac and Jo Confino

This is a unique, free event where a client (coachee) interviews their coach!  The client is Tom Rivett-Carnac, the chief political strategist for the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change, adopted by 195 countries in 2015, serving alongside former UN Climate Chief, Christiana Figueres. Together  they co-authored a best-selling book, The Future We Choose, an […]

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21st October 2020

Coaching professional bodies facilitate 6 events jointly on climate change

Nine professional bodies are co-hosting a unique series of six webinars called “Climate crisis – how can coaching help?” between 2 and 13 November. These webinars will consider the climate and ecological crisis and the role of coaching, coaching psychology, mentoring and supervision. You are welcome to register for whichever of the 6 fit your […]

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26th August 2020

24-hour global climate conversation on October 1st

The Climate Coaching Alliance is so excited to be running its second 24-hour conversation. The conversation starts in New Zealand and moves west over the course of the 24 hours with 2 different hosts in every time zone. And the aim is to go from permission to action, and connect globally and locally. If you […]

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