‘Climate Emergency: powerful truth-telling or a turn-off?’



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The following resources were sent by Holly Hammond:

I wanted to follow up on my involvement in the ‘Climate Emergency:

powerful truth-telling or a turn-off?’ panel by sharing some resources with

you:


* I spoke about communications within the context of broader campaign

strategy. You can see a summary of key campaign strategy elements on the

Change Agency’s website here:

http://www.thechangeagency.org/01_cms/details.asp?ID=57

* The Change Agency is an activist education initiative aimed at improving

the effectiveness of individuals, organisations and campaigns pursuing

social and environmental justice. We’re proud to have a long connection

with the climate movement. You can see past climate action research we’ve

done here: http://www.thechangeagency.org/01_cms/details.asp?ID=73

* A key factor I spoke about during my talk was hope, and how an inspiring

vision and accessible actions can encourage people to take action. I’ve

collated resources on sustaining activism here:

http://www.thechangeagency.org/01_cms/details.asp?ID=100. On this page

you’ll find an article I wrote about hope and activist burnout, as well as

a review of the Transition Handbook which discusses the psychological

impact of climate change, and the value of an inspiring vision.

* Another panellist, Victoria McKenzie-McHarg, presented a great model for

communicating (Why-How-What instead of the reverse). For more info see this

TEDTalks video:


http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action.html

* In the second half of this year the Change Agency intends to run

activist education workshops on story-based strategy, drawing on the work

of smartMeme: http://www.smartmeme.org/. Please let me know if you would be

interested in participating, or helping to organise a workshop.

* Get in touch if you would like to discuss these resources, or would like

more information about the Change Agency. Subscribe to our enews for

updates and useful resources and links:



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Holly Hammond

holly@thechangeagency.org

www.thechangeagency.org

Follow up to Sustaining Activism/Avoiding Activist Burnout

workshop:
I have collated a number of resources about sustaining climate activism on

this page: http://www.thechangeagency.org/01_cms/details.asp?ID=100

This includes books and workshops you may find useful, and some articles

at the bottom of the page which I’ve written, mostly with a climate action

focus. This is a sweet one which shares self-care strategies people

contributed at the first climate action summit:


http://www.thechangeagency.org/03_enews/newsletter.asp?ID=212

Feel free to spread these resources far and wide. One of the simplest

things we can do to burnout-proof our groups is talk about stress,

feelings, and how we can manage. Subscribe to our enews for updates and



useful resources and links:

http://www.thechangeagency.org/04_user/register.asp



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