Use these resources to get prepared and learn to connect with others!
SELF-LED COURSES • Get skilled up with our interactive courses! Learn about climate science, how to have climate conversations, or how to recruit others to build a campaign group. Take our Online Skill-ups now.
Use these resources to make your group work better and more effectively!
ONLINE COURSES • Take these individually or as a group. We've got introductions on topics like Fracking and Divestment to advanced campaigning courses. Take our Online Skill-ups now.
MAKE YOUR MEETINGS AND TRAININGS BETTER • Find strategic tools and activities to lead with your group. Learn skills for media, taking action, arts organizing, power mapping, care and resilience, and much more. View our facilitation tools.
BOOKS • A group that never reflects never grows. So spend time with the Dare to Question journal to reflect on your practice as a group. Or use arts organizing, like the Better World is Paintable guide, to bring art to your actions.
Learn new training tools for training and facilitating
Use these resources to uncover new training tools!
TRAINING TOOLS • Every tool on our website is tested in multiple continents and environments. See our Training Tools.
SAMPLE TRAINING AGENDAS • Looking to grab a whole workshop agenda? We've got Training Agendas that have traveled the globe.
FACILITATING ONLINE • We've been leading zoom and online webinars for years. If you're leading groups online, definitely check out the book on Leading Groups Online. If you're preparing a session, check out a comprehensive compendium of 90+ online tools: the Online Monster Manual.
You have every right to be fully in climate grief and despair. Feeling ungrounded is a common feeling these days. Let’s take it in. Don’t push it away. Feeling angry, anxious, fearful, means we’re empathetic. These are our natural responses to the loss and devastation produced by the climate crisis. So let’s not harm ourselves by keeping our feelings at bay.
Meditation is like a bird with two wings – one is stopping and the other is deep looking. In sitting meditation, we always start with stopping. We stop the mind from ceaseless thinking and wandering by bringing the mind back, first to the breath, and then to the body.