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Taking Deep Adaptation into Nature – a training programme for therapists and group leaders. By Alan Heeks

I have been involved with Deep Adaptation since autumn 2019, and it feels like the context for DA has become a lot more wide and welcoming over that time. As climate impacts increase, I hear the language of adaptation being used much more commonly. Although the Ukraine war may not be directly related...

collapse, deep adaptation, events, resilience

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Leading through storms

Cat Jenkins, reviewing Prof Jonathan Gosling’s contribution to the book Deep Adaptation: navigating the realities of climate chaos: Chapter 9 Leadership and Management in a context of Deep Adaptation. Invited to review Jonathan Gosling’s contribution to this recent book, edited by Professors Jem...

adapting, collapse, deep adaptation, diversity, emergent leaders, leadership, plurality, societal collapse

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There’s an urgent need to slow down: allowing ‘maplessness’ as we lose our bearings

Over the last two years working to establish and nurture the Deep Adaptation Forum, I have often encountered people who express a desire for more answers, actions and impact. Given the latest news about how fast the environment is changing, and how many people and species are suffering, it feels...

deep adaptation, facilitation, relinquishment, unlearning

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