There is a straightforward approach to problems.
Then there are our realities. We change issues as we engage.
A triple step. A waltz! And some easy ways in 🙂
We ignore profit.
We commonly believe we will act when it is in our financial interest to do so. Not so.
Critically, we can do something about it!
By shifting our focus from the ‘level of emissions’ to the ‘rate of warming’ we can have an immeasurably better path than our current climate-crisis trajectory.
By Paul Gilding, Fellow University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Flow and ease in stressful times. How can we better manage difficult circumstances and importantly quickly learn to react more positively?
Try Leadership Embodiment with Anouk in this video. A bit of training 🙂
Our world is changing. Our thinking patterns are shifting. To answer our pressing emergencies and, fortuitously, engaging in this brings an aliveness like nothing else.
We’re a worldwide civilisation now and can consciously engage in creating thriving, just, sustainable futures for everyone. Yet, sometimes, this seems like a very lonely path…
We hope this site helps us all accelerate positive shifts. Amplification, re-storying and sharing awe…
Single, double and triple-loop learning can help us to un-stick our difficulties.
Mark Twain, Daniel Schmachtenberger, Mila A., Simon Divecha, Roebyem Anders, Joanna Macy and the Inner Development Goals illustrate how. Try it for yourself!
Lynette Thorstensen and Sushant Shrestha, in this presentation, part of a Transformative Climate Advocacy program session, showcase the power of a diversity of perspectives, people and approaches.
The human species, I-you-us!, are waking up.
This spring brings an outpouring of evidence that we, humans are growing up to meet our meta-challenges, the crises we are all intimately connected with and to.
Joanna Macy on five gifts from uncertainty for aliveness and flourishing.
Presence, Courage and intention, Awareness, Solidarity. And the Immensity of time.
Truly improve global social, environmental and economic conditions.
Dr Barrett Brown, steps us through a global transformation for sustainability in this case tea & cocoa from small growers in regions, such as Kenya and India, to multinational distribution by Unilever, Netherlands.
Drastic steps reducing our energy consumption, cutting Europe’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels, have multiple benefits.
Security, climate and more.
Success across multiple traditions, values and perspectives.
The Slocan cooperative is generating healthy and vibrant local communities, building on respect for one another and a healthy, fully functioning ecosystem
Like matryoshkas, our thinking-patterns are characterized by wider circles of understanding.
We grow in distinct steps. This results in very different ways of understanding crises like climate and poverty.
The present moment contains past and future. The secret of transformation is in the way we handle this very moment — Thich Nhat Hanh
Our mental progression is a key helping supporting beneficial transformation.
“Hasten slowly” said Augustus. Oh, this is hard. To imagine what can be created, to hold back, to act; to engage means delving into both despair and hope. That’s where we’re challenged to see the powerful in what we do which is always minimal and micro. Feeling adequate in the face of manifest inadequacy. Weaving together the pieces that hasten, slowly and steadily, benevolution.