2022 Fall in Oxford: Enough!

Join us next month in Oxford! The earth is heating up, and we’ve had enough! Let’s discuss ways that we can arrest the trajectory of climate change. And then let’s take those methods home and create positive change right in our own neighborhoods and communities. 

As always, this is also a time to reconnect with old friends, make new ones, and join in as we explore “climate practice”–changing the climate for the better. Encouraging others to embrace climate change is only half the battle; it’s time to start acting. Hence, the theme of this fall’s conference: Enough! The climate is changing; we have to as well. And as with any complex system, small changes (in our own lives) can have an outsized impact. Come explore them with us!

Registrations are now open. Scroll down for more details and sign up to save your seat!

Have questions? Email us at: [email protected]

How to Register

Early-bird special for registered tCL members: 225 GBP on or before August 31st. Afterward, the price ascends like rising temperatures to 300 GBP, so get in early!

If you are a CCC alumnus, you can now activate your tCL membership for 2022 and register for this conference at the same time.

Once you have completed your registration, we will send you all the necessary login details.

To register for the Spring 2022 conference:

Please ensure you are logged in to your member space. Click on “Log in below. If you are having trouble with your login details, please contact [email protected]

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Enough!

This year’s theme is climate change–not what it is or why it’s happening, but what each and every one of us can do about it. We know this: all change is local, and small changes can have significant impacts. Let’s put those truisms of “change” to the test. What small acts can we initiate in our own communities that might spark a local movement in the right direction? There’s a lot to explore. Come join us!

Speakers & Facilitators

Our tCL members never fail to step up, whether presenting their own work, or connecting the community to practitioners around the world. Joining us for fall 2022 will be Anne-Fleur Goll from Deloitte, as well as our very own Jacob Mayne and Emmanuelle Berenge.

The latest schedule of events is under the next tab: Programme Book

Come ready to connect, challenge and co-create together.


2022 Spring in Paris: Regenerate

Join us next month in Paris! We know this is short notice, but if you can make it, we will pull out all the stops and make this spring a regenerative experience. 

Reconnect with old friends, make new ones, and join in as we explore regenerative practices. So much of organisational life is about extracting and exploiting  “what works” that we often forget or overlook the need to explore ways to regenerate personal resources like energy, intuition, and wisdom. This collective blind spot can and does have serious implications for a sustainable future.

Registrations are now open. Scroll down for more details and sign up to save your seat!

Have questions? Email us at: [email protected]

How to Register

We have slashed prices for Spring 2022. tCL registered members will pay only 160 GBP.

If you are a CCC alumnus you can now activate your tCL membership for 2022 and register for this conference at the same time.

Once you have successfully completed your registration, we will send you all the necessary log-in details.

To register for the Spring 2022 conference:

Please ensure you are logged in to your member space. Click on “Log in below. If you are having trouble with your log-in details please contact [email protected]

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  2. Once logged in, the register button will appear below. Please click on the link to register to this conference.  If you are having trouble with the registration process please contact [email protected]

Regenerate

It’s been said that we humans lack a nuanced understanding of the relationships between ourselves and the wider world. For example, take the relationship between global warming, zoonotic disease transmission, and deforestation. As the earth heats up, the population of mid-size mammals is decreasing while the population of smaller mammals–often the food source of the midsize mammals–is burgeoning. And it is those smaller mammals that tend to carry more diseases. As we humans encroach on nature, then, looking for ever more space and natural resources, we are increasingly coming into contact with these disease-causing mammals, like bats, thus increasing the chances of zoonotic disease transmission and yet another pandemic. In the last 2 decades we’ve not only experienced the hottest temperatures in recorded history and some of the most powerful storms and forest fires, but we have experienced near-pandemics with SARS, MERS, H1N1, and now a full-blown pandemic with COVID-19. What was formerly a once-in-a-century event is now commonplace. Indeed, some scientists predict that we have a 47-57% chance of experiencing another COVID-like pandemic in the next 25 years.

The path we are on is not sustainable. Moreover, as complex systems go, this pattern is playing out at the organisational and personal levels as well. What’s to be done about it? That is what we hope to tackle in this spring’s conference: simple regenerative practices that we can then tie to our communities and organisations. Join us!

Speakers & Facilitators

Our tCL members never fail to step up, whether presenting their own work or connecting the community to practitioners around the world!

For Spring 2022, joining us will be Leen Gorissen and Sara Biglieri.

Stay tuned!

Come ready to connect, challenge and co-create together.


A Change in Cities—Review

Attendee review summary available here.


A Change in Cities: a case of change in systems webinar recording

On January 25th, Mike Staresinic kicked off our first tCL webinar series with an inciteful and revealing presentation entitled: A Change in Cities: a case of change in systems. The presentation recording is available here (one hour).