Transition Kamloops is once again offering a study/support group to accompany the powerful Active Hope online course. Join us to nourish yourself and strengthen your capacity to act for positive change in the world. Continue reading Active Hope: Building personal resilience
Author Elin Kelsey will speak at TRU on Wed. Apr. 6th at 7 pm in the Campus Activity Centre’s Mountain Room (COVID permitting). In conjunction with her Pathways to Hope and Resilience English course at TRU, Nina Johnson and TRU … Continue reading Hope Matters: Elin Kelsey speaks on hope and the climate crisis
Starting January 12, join us for 7 Wednesdays in a row as we complete Active Hope together: a free, video-based, engaging & practical online course designed to nourish our capacity to make a difference in the world. Wednesday Zoom meetings will offer a chance to reflect on the week’s learnings and support each other on our unique pathways. Continue reading Building Resilience through Active Hope
Much of what follows is inspired by our study of “Building Your Permaculture Property” by Rob Avis, Michelle Avis & Takota Coen. What is a paradigm? Why is it important to know what your paradigm is and what it is … Continue reading Ever thought of changing your paradigm?
I attended a Kamloops Climate Cafe for the first time last week, and I’m glad I did. It was a group of about 20 folks, many of whom were familiar faces, there to share their anxiety about the world we … Continue reading Climate Cafe: sharing grief & determination
The question for me is “What does transition look like in retirement?” Continue reading Transition and retirement