Webinar: The Psychology of Environmentalism
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Webinar: The Psychology of Environmentalism

How to be an Environmentalist during Environmental Breakdown

16/05/2019
When: Thursday, 16 May 2019
12:30 - 13:30
Where: United Kingdom

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Being an Environmentalist or Sustainability Professional isn't always easy, especially during a time of Environmental breakdown, where we might feel like we’re losing the battle but a positive outlook is key.
 
This webinar is a chance to explore how you might be more fulfilled and effective in your role, and therefore better able to make a difference to our world.
 
In this Webinar, we will be looking into how people respond to environmental collapse and how to help them turn this into positive actions. In order to expand on this further we will look at the following topics:
 
• How to handle the emotions of living in a time of environmental and ecosystem breakdown
• What it means to have environmental protection as a purpose and aim; and the intrinsic & extrinsic value of working in the field
• Exploring Ideas around death and rebirth, cycles of change
• How we’re all psychologically and physically connected with nature
• Guidance in our approaches to communicating, in leadership roles
• How best to appeal to other people’s inner motivations to inspire them to change
• What is meant by 'wealth’ and ‘happiness' and how the terms apply to environmentalists
 
If you’re working within the sustainability agenda or have a personal interest in learning how environmentalists can potentially be more fulfilled and happy (even in these hard times), book today!

 


The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) are a professional body licensed by the Society for the Environment to award Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) status 

 

Professional bodies licensed to award the Chartered Environmentalist registration:

Society for the Environment
EC1.1 Enterprise Centre, Puma Way 
Coventry, West Midlands CV1 2TT.
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