A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone looking for some general motivation in their green job search: the Rebuild: the Economy, Leadership and You free webinar on June 28.
Almost every day, we’re confronted by a seemingly never-ending onslaught of tragic stories about climate disasters – wildfires and floods, droughts and hurricanes – destroying lives and livelihoods. Unfortunately, they seem to get worse and worse.
If you are anything like us, you are left feeling anxious and helpless about the climate crisis.
It feels devastating and looks so inevitable that it may leave you thinking, “What difference does anything I do actually make in the grand scheme of things? Why do anything if we’re all doomed anyway?”
Join us on our next webinar, where we will discuss how we can change climate anxiety into action but also discuss how we best cope with these feelings.
Our special guest Pieter van der Gaag, of the Ecosystem Restoration Camps (ERC)will join Graham Boyd and Jack Reardon, authors of the book “Rebuild: the Economy, Leadership, and You” (a toolkit for builders of a better world) to learn from how their camps transform anxiety to action, and then into discussion on how to harness your inner tension to thrive in a whole world of possibilities.
The Ecosystem Restoration Camps do a superb job of enabling people restore themselves, their hope and ability to take positive action regenerating what we have harmed, by jumping straight into action. A positive cycle: rebuilding, restoring, regenerating anything outside yourself rebuilds, restores, regenerates you; making it easier to take the next action!
Find out all about the origin of ERC, in the incredible restoration of the Loess plateaux, in these videos: short and full-length documentary . And if you already want to get involved in the camp activities, go here. As Pieter will say, you’ll leave these camps feeling the difference you can make!
In this webinar we’ll build links between how the Ecosystem Restoration Camps work, the toolkit in our book Rebuild, and how Evolutesix is taking that toolkit to create multi-capital regenerative business ecosystems.
Our format is around 30 minutes from the speaker, responses from Jack and Graham, the remainder of the 90 minutes dialogue with all, formal closing, followed by an ‘open room’ for everyone to keep talking until our energy runs out!
To make the most of this and similar online events, be sure to read our article, How to leverage online industry events for your transition to a green job.