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Case studies, thoughts, webinars, podcasts and interviews to give you ideas to inspire an individual and collective can-do attitude when it comes to taking action that counts.

Charly speaking in conference room

Training that transforms – Food Ethics Council

The Climate Change Coaches are known for running multi-week courses within organisations, however just as important is the work we do with networks, where we are often running single workshops, spread over time, or to meet a specific need. This can be training for people who have formally joined a programme, such as a fellowship,…

May Bartlett and Adam Lerner

Impacting the Coaching Profession

A coach training programme that brings people together to develop climate specific coaching skills and find unlikely collaborations Our ICF-accredited Climate Coach Training Programme brings together professional coaches from around the world to learn how to apply their skills to the climate crisis. Being a global course not only brings a richer breadth of perspectives,…

English landscape

Galvanising change makers at Natural England

The climate change coaches were delighted to be asked by Natural England to train its internal coaches and to coach a group of its leaders to be part of their drive to connect their important work in conservation with the wider climate crisis. Natural England is responsible for ensuring that England’s natural environment, including its…

Smiling lady having coffee engaged in conversation

Webinar, Niching Your Coaching Around the Planet

Our March 4th webinar “4 Ways to Niche Your Coaching Around the Planet” was attended by almost 100 coaches, with another 70 receiving the recording. On Climate Coaching Action Day 2021, four of the Climate Change Coaches team came together to offer a fun, open discussion of how to niche a coaching business in service…

Chizu Matsushita

Chizu Matsushita, Climate Change Coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Chizu Matsushita, originally from Japan, is a professional facilitator and coach. For close to 20 years, she worked in international humanitarian assistance, living in different parts of the world, moving from one place to another every few years. Settling in the Netherlands five years…

Soil and Gras

Free Meditation

A specially-recorded meditation from Climate Change Coach, Hamish Mackay-Lewis to celebrate World Soil Day 2020. Hamish is a coach, facilitator and meditation teacher based in London. For World Soil Day he invites us to connect to the soul of the earth and the aliveness of the soil beneath our feet. We highly recommend you do…

May Bartlett

May Bartlett, Climate Change Coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. May is the Lead Coach and Envisionist at Wellspace SF. She works with people to help create positive global impact, enabling them to align their personal sense of purpose with their larger contribution in the world. May recently completed the our coaches training circle in…

Amanda

Amanda Katili Niode, The Pursuit to be a Climate Change Coach

I would have thought that being an environmental specialist, educator, and writer who have worked for 40 years with the last 15 years in climate change issues, it should be no sweat to be a climate change coach. Turned out the pursuit to be one is an ongoing journey where I have to unlearn and…

Woman smiling engaged in conversation

Check Out our 2020!

Here’s a little video we made to celebrate a surprising year. We think that we can all say that 2020 didn’t exactly go as planned per se. So we are almost as surprised as anyone at how much we got done this year. Our team not only pulled out the stops for the people with…

Hand over plant with soil

For the Love of Soil

In honour of World Soil Day, our very own Joey Clifton shares insights from her recent foray into the world of no-dig gardening and contemplates what soil stewardship and a resurgence of local food production mean to a sustainable and climate friendly future. I believe learning more about something helps us care about and value…

Charly holding newborn baby

How can we all be the midwives of change?

We are talking a lot about birth at the moment, and not just in our house where we have a seven week old keeping us on our toes… … but in the world at large where we are asking what bundle of goodness could emerge from this cathartic year and what could we create that…

Al Kennedy

Al Kennedy, designer and professional coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Al is a qualified leadership coach and business designer. He partners with mission-driven creative leaders and tech entrepreneurs, who are looking for deeper connection and transformation in their work. Al attended our Coaching Circle in 2019 and uses nature to inform his coaching practice.…

Crystals, Clits and Climate

Charly on Crystals, Clits and Climate Podcast

Charly covers how she coaches people through climate anxiety and how you can apply that to what you may be feeling now. There are some really helpful insights and please let us know if you have any other tips that you recommend that we can share with the community.And if you’ve been listening throughout the…

Charlotte Lin

Charlotte Lin on coaching and climate action

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Charlotte is a Lecturer and Career Coach at Kanda University of International Studies in Tokyo. She speaks six human languages and three computer languages. Charlotte was a participant in an early Coaches Circle from the Climate Change Coaches. She loves coffee, design and nature.…

Illustration of hands reaching out for globe

Get the recording from the ICF of Charly at their Conference 2020

Buy the recording from the ICF. Coaching is THE skillset for our rapidly changing decade. Using the live example of Coronavirus, Charly will explain how coaching skills can changing mindsets so that we can tackle big global challenges like climate change. She will share the climate change coaches cogent model of how coaching can influence…

People on a zoom call

Always wear lipstick! Light hearted tips for meetings

The Climate Change Coaches team have been coaching virtually for years and almost all of our trainings are run online. Here are our light-hearted tips for avoiding an online disaster.   Forget the Chanel, but do think about how you and your office look on camera Set up your space with care, ideally in a…

Paula Lernelius

Paula Lernelius, coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Paula is a freelance facilitator and executive coach based in France, specialising in sustainability. She is currently completing the Coach Training Circle programme with us. Originally from Sweden, Paula works with global groups and teams in remote locations helping their transition to sustainability. She…

Road with rainbow in background

Does Covid ask us for a more compelling reason to run a business?

Could coronavirus be challenging us to consider our real reason to work and the social and environmental imperative we serve in doing so? “There is no doubt that none of us would have wished coronavirus on our worst enemies, or on our most underhand competitors. There is also no doubt that it has wreaked a human…

Hand cupping soil and plant

Earth Day guided meditation with Hamish

A specially-recorded meditation from Climate Change Coach, Hamish Mackay-Lewis to celebrate Earth Day 2020. Hamish is a coach and adventurer, usually based in London but living for the next few months in Yorkshire, in the north of England. Hamish recorded this meditation for us while out on a walk in the spectacular and rugged Yorkshire…

Meret Nehe

Coaching in crisis – 3 questions

Learnings from the Coaches Training Circle applied to being in a current and future global crises. By Meret Nehe, coach and facilitator, Germany   The current state of the world shows us that crisis is a part of life. And also that crisis is here to stay. I want to be honest with you: as…

Hamish

Hamish’ guided meditation in the countryside

A specially-recorded meditation from Climate Change Coach, Hamish Mackay-Lewis to bring us back to ourselves and nature. Hamish is a coach and adventurer, usually based in London but living for the next few months in Yorkshire, in the north of England. Hamish recorded this special meditation for us while out on a walk in the…

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Why climate change coaching is most relevant now

A Chinese doctor, a Cuban doctor and an Italian doctor walk into a bar. The barman says to the Chinese and Cuban doctors… “It’s really heart-warming that you’ve come to help us when you could have stayed at home”. That may be the worst ‘joke’ you’ve heard today, and ok, it isn’t really a joke…

wilderness

Hamish’ lessons from 28 days isolation in the wilderness

Many of us are spending weeks alone at the moment, so I thought I might share what I discovered was useful during my 28 days of isolation in the mountains of Colorado last summer. I am sure you already know about the benefits of meditation, diet, exercise, journaling etc… This article is more about how…

Man looking sad and lost

Lost and confused – climate coaching skills for COVID-19 anxiety

How understanding climate anxiety can help us with coronavirus. Tense, unable to focus for more than a few minutes, struggling to handle simple tasks at your normal speed, finding it hard to find the words you want and losing your temper when asked a routine question in the middle of having another thought? Our brains…

Charly speaking in conference room

Training that transforms – Food Ethics Council

The Climate Change Coaches are known for running multi-week courses within organisations, however just as important is the work we do with networks, where we are often running single workshops, spread over time, or to meet a specific need. This can be training for people who have formally joined a programme, such as a fellowship,…

May Bartlett and Adam Lerner

Impacting the Coaching Profession

A coach training programme that brings people together to develop climate specific coaching skills and find unlikely collaborations Our ICF-accredited Climate Coach Training Programme brings together professional coaches from around the world to learn how to apply their skills to the climate crisis. Being a global course not only brings a richer breadth of perspectives,…

English landscape

Galvanising change makers at Natural England

The climate change coaches were delighted to be asked by Natural England to train its internal coaches and to coach a group of its leaders to be part of their drive to connect their important work in conservation with the wider climate crisis. Natural England is responsible for ensuring that England’s natural environment, including its…

Chizu Matsushita

Chizu Matsushita, Climate Change Coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Chizu Matsushita, originally from Japan, is a professional facilitator and coach. For close to 20 years, she worked in international humanitarian assistance, living in different parts of the world, moving from one place to another every few years. Settling in the Netherlands five years…

May Bartlett

May Bartlett, Climate Change Coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. May is the Lead Coach and Envisionist at Wellspace SF. She works with people to help create positive global impact, enabling them to align their personal sense of purpose with their larger contribution in the world. May recently completed the our coaches training circle in…

Amanda

Amanda Katili Niode, The Pursuit to be a Climate Change Coach

I would have thought that being an environmental specialist, educator, and writer who have worked for 40 years with the last 15 years in climate change issues, it should be no sweat to be a climate change coach. Turned out the pursuit to be one is an ongoing journey where I have to unlearn and…

Al Kennedy

Al Kennedy, designer and professional coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Al is a qualified leadership coach and business designer. He partners with mission-driven creative leaders and tech entrepreneurs, who are looking for deeper connection and transformation in their work. Al attended our Coaching Circle in 2019 and uses nature to inform his coaching practice.…

Charlotte Lin

Charlotte Lin on coaching and climate action

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Charlotte is a Lecturer and Career Coach at Kanda University of International Studies in Tokyo. She speaks six human languages and three computer languages. Charlotte was a participant in an early Coaches Circle from the Climate Change Coaches. She loves coffee, design and nature.…

Paula Lernelius

Paula Lernelius, coach

Tales of people using a coaching approach to our climate problems. Paula is a freelance facilitator and executive coach based in France, specialising in sustainability. She is currently completing the Coach Training Circle programme with us. Originally from Sweden, Paula works with global groups and teams in remote locations helping their transition to sustainability. She…

Hand over plant with soil

For the Love of Soil

In honour of World Soil Day, our very own Joey Clifton shares insights from her recent foray into the world of no-dig gardening and contemplates what soil stewardship and a resurgence of local food production mean to a sustainable and climate friendly future. I believe learning more about something helps us care about and value…

Charly holding newborn baby

How can we all be the midwives of change?

We are talking a lot about birth at the moment, and not just in our house where we have a seven week old keeping us on our toes… … but in the world at large where we are asking what bundle of goodness could emerge from this cathartic year and what could we create that…

People on a zoom call

Always wear lipstick! Light hearted tips for meetings

The Climate Change Coaches team have been coaching virtually for years and almost all of our trainings are run online. Here are our light-hearted tips for avoiding an online disaster.   Forget the Chanel, but do think about how you and your office look on camera Set up your space with care, ideally in a…

Road with rainbow in background

Does Covid ask us for a more compelling reason to run a business?

Could coronavirus be challenging us to consider our real reason to work and the social and environmental imperative we serve in doing so? “There is no doubt that none of us would have wished coronavirus on our worst enemies, or on our most underhand competitors. There is also no doubt that it has wreaked a human…

Meret Nehe

Coaching in crisis – 3 questions

Learnings from the Coaches Training Circle applied to being in a current and future global crises. By Meret Nehe, coach and facilitator, Germany   The current state of the world shows us that crisis is a part of life. And also that crisis is here to stay. I want to be honest with you: as…

CCCBlogs_0009_melissa-askew-8n00CqwnqO8-unsplash

Why climate change coaching is most relevant now

A Chinese doctor, a Cuban doctor and an Italian doctor walk into a bar. The barman says to the Chinese and Cuban doctors… “It’s really heart-warming that you’ve come to help us when you could have stayed at home”. That may be the worst ‘joke’ you’ve heard today, and ok, it isn’t really a joke…

wilderness

Hamish’ lessons from 28 days isolation in the wilderness

Many of us are spending weeks alone at the moment, so I thought I might share what I discovered was useful during my 28 days of isolation in the mountains of Colorado last summer. I am sure you already know about the benefits of meditation, diet, exercise, journaling etc… This article is more about how…

Man looking sad and lost

Lost and confused – climate coaching skills for COVID-19 anxiety

How understanding climate anxiety can help us with coronavirus. Tense, unable to focus for more than a few minutes, struggling to handle simple tasks at your normal speed, finding it hard to find the words you want and losing your temper when asked a routine question in the middle of having another thought? Our brains…

Woman smiling engaged in conversation

Check Out our 2020!

Here’s a little video we made to celebrate a surprising year. We think that we can all say that 2020 didn’t exactly go as planned per se. So we are almost as surprised as anyone at how much we got done this year. Our team not only pulled out the stops for the people with…

Illustration of hands reaching out for globe

Get the recording from the ICF of Charly at their Conference 2020

Buy the recording from the ICF. Coaching is THE skillset for our rapidly changing decade. Using the live example of Coronavirus, Charly will explain how coaching skills can changing mindsets so that we can tackle big global challenges like climate change. She will share the climate change coaches cogent model of how coaching can influence…

Smiling lady having coffee engaged in conversation

Webinar, Niching Your Coaching Around the Planet

Our March 4th webinar “4 Ways to Niche Your Coaching Around the Planet” was attended by almost 100 coaches, with another 70 receiving the recording. On Climate Coaching Action Day 2021, four of the Climate Change Coaches team came together to offer a fun, open discussion of how to niche a coaching business in service…

Soil and Gras

Free Meditation

A specially-recorded meditation from Climate Change Coach, Hamish Mackay-Lewis to celebrate World Soil Day 2020. Hamish is a coach, facilitator and meditation teacher based in London. For World Soil Day he invites us to connect to the soul of the earth and the aliveness of the soil beneath our feet. We highly recommend you do…

Crystals, Clits and Climate

Charly on Crystals, Clits and Climate Podcast

Charly covers how she coaches people through climate anxiety and how you can apply that to what you may be feeling now. There are some really helpful insights and please let us know if you have any other tips that you recommend that we can share with the community.And if you’ve been listening throughout the…

Hand cupping soil and plant

Earth Day guided meditation with Hamish

A specially-recorded meditation from Climate Change Coach, Hamish Mackay-Lewis to celebrate Earth Day 2020. Hamish is a coach and adventurer, usually based in London but living for the next few months in Yorkshire, in the north of England. Hamish recorded this meditation for us while out on a walk in the spectacular and rugged Yorkshire…

Hamish

Hamish’ guided meditation in the countryside

A specially-recorded meditation from Climate Change Coach, Hamish Mackay-Lewis to bring us back to ourselves and nature. Hamish is a coach and adventurer, usually based in London but living for the next few months in Yorkshire, in the north of England. Hamish recorded this special meditation for us while out on a walk in the…

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