News is we’ve launched an online alumni group for people who have attended our course ‘Training on what to do after declaring a climate emergency’. One of our aims for the course is to create a community of peer support for people who are trying to make organisational change in the climate emergency.
So far two cohorts of trainees have completed the course, and we will be launching our third cohort later in the spring. With the launch of the alumni network we are bringing together these two cohorts so that they can start to provide each other with mutual support.
The training is for people who been handed the task of figuring out what to after their organisation has declared a climate emergency. It is also for people who are trying to figure out how to get their organisations to make that declaration.
We have a terrific group of people in our alumni network, all trying to affect change in different ways. Some influencing policy, some influencing curriculum design, some working to change projects, others setting up new businesses to address the emergency.
It is fascinating what people have taken away from the course six months on: how to tune in to what other people are thinking; how to affect organisational change at a cultural level; and how to stay positive, to take the knock-backs and to keep on trucking.
If you are interested in joining our next cohort of participants, then drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org