We are delighted to invite you to attend the first in a series of free online roundtables hosted by signatories of The Joint Global Statement Group on Climate and Ecological Crises in 2022 and 2023. Date: November 11, 2022 Time: 8:30 AM Eastern Time (Click here for local time in your city) This event, co-hosted by the IAC and APECS, kicks off the series by asking: Coaching’s role is to work with – to support, […]
The UK is hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021. The COP26 summit brings parties together to work towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Links COP 26 Daily Programme United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 1992 What is the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change? United Nations Climate Change Conference UK, […]
One recurrent question across all six webinars was: how do we as practitioners include the climate theme in the coaching conversation in balance with a focus on the client’s agenda? Several of the participants have experienced using nature as a way to bring the Climate and Ecodiversity Crises into coaching conversations, without unduly directing the agenda: this resulted in a cluster of comments on the nature theme, as others responded to their input – especially […]
Joint Global Position Statement on Climate Change: a collaborative discussion Join us to share your views and questions around climate change and help shape policy and action. All our 6 events are free and open to all coaches. Each event is set in a different time zone to encourage your participation!In a unique collaboration eight leading coaching, coaching psychology, mentoring and supervision professional bodies have signed a Joint Global Statement on Climate Change committing ourselves […]
Joint Global Statement on Climate Change Humankind faces one of its biggest challenges in the current climate and biodiversity crisis.This challenge has been building for decades; many experts concur on the understanding thatwe have at most a ten-year window of opportunity to address the changes needed to slowdown and stabilise the worst-case scenarios of runaway climate change before an irreversibletipping point is reached! Read more..