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9th September 2020

Countdown to 1st October and a crucial conversation

24 sessions, 24 hours, 48 hosts, one conversation. The topic permission to action, global and local – making our difference in the ecological and climate crisis. Do join free, on the hour, any hour, for 24 hours. If you’d like a local host then join at lunchtime, but choose anytime from midnight to midnight UTC […]

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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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18th March 2020

Coronavirus and coaching and supervision

We are living in unprecedented times and it is important that we come together as a community both for mutual support and to explore what we can collectively do with the skills we have to support others; so we are organizing several opportunities to do so. Covid-19 is something that is impacting each of us […]

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16th February 2020

Hold the date – March 5th: Climate Coaching Action Day

As part of Climate Coaching Action Day on Thursday 5th March, the Climate Coaching Alliance, founded by Alison Whybrow, Josie McLean and Eve Turner, will be hosting a 24-hour conversation about coaching and climate change. People can call in on the hour at any hour from midnight to midnight UTC (currently GMT) and be hosted […]

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2nd December 2019

What is the role of coaches in the climate crisis?

In early December political leaders and climate diplomats are meeting in Madrid for COP25, against a background described by the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as “the point of no return is no longer over the horizon.”  With rising sea levels; a warming climate; melting ice caps; more floods, droughts, forest fires, cyclones; the loss of […]

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22nd March 2019

Coaching, supervising and ecology

In the last few weeks I have been reading some very interesting and challenging posts about the future of our planet and the living beings on it.  One was written by coach Neil Scotton and considered fracking as a metaphor (drilling into the earth and fracturing rock using a pressurized liquid to release gas) and […]

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