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BONUS EPISODE: From Panic to Growth with Bob Doppelt on Transformational Resilience

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Rebels and Comrades,  Welcome to a special episode we're bringing you in partnership with our mates over at Climactic. Bob Doppelt is the Executive Director of the Resource Innovation Group (TRIG) and the founder and Coordinator of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition (ITRC). Trained in both counseling psychology and environmental science, he has combined the two fields throughout his career. He is also a Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction instructor from the University of Massachusettes Medical School, Center for Mindfulness. From 2003 to 2011 he directed the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI) at the University of Oregon, where he still teaches part time. Bob is the author of Leading Change toward Sustainability: A Change Management Guide for Business, Government, and Civil Society (Greenleaf Publishing, 2003). The Power of Sustainable Thinking: How To Create a Positive Future for the Climate, The Planet, Your Organization and Your Life, (Earthscan Publishing, 2008) And his newest book, Transformational Resilience: How to Use Climate Change and Related Adversities to Learn, Grow and Thrive  released in 2015. What is transformational resilience? ‘’The capacity of individuals and groups to use their existing strengths and resources to deliberately regulate their body, emotions and thoughts, and use adversity as a catalyst to find new meaning, direction, and hope in life by making decisions that enhance personal, social and environmental wellbeing’’ – Bob Doppelt, 2015

18 Mar 2020

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🦋🧘Feeling the Change | From panic to growth: Bob Doppelt on transformational resilience

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Bob Doppelt is the Executive Director of the Resource Innovation Group (TRIG) and the founder and Coordinator of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition (ITRC). Trained in both counseling psychology and environmental science, he has combined the two fields throughout his careeer. He is also a Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction instructor from the University of Massachusettes Medical School, Center for Mindfulness. From 2003 to 2011 he directed the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI) at the University of Oregon, where he still teaches part time. Bob is the author of Leading Change toward Sustainability: A Change Management Guide for Business, Government, and Civil Society (Greenleaf Publishing, 2003). The Power of Sustainable Thinking: How To Create a Positive Future for the Climate, The Planet, Your Organization and Your Life, (Earthscan Publishing, 2008) And his newest book, Transformational Resilience: How to Use Climate Change and Related Adversities to Learn, Grow and Thrive  released in 2015. What is transformational resilience? ‘’The capacity of individuals and groups to use their existing strengths and resources to deliberately regulate their body, emotions and thoughts, and use adversity as a catalyst to find new meaning, direction, and hope in life by making decisions that enhance personal, social and environmental wellbeing’’ – Bob Doppelt, 2015Special Guest: Bob Doppelt.Support ClimacticSupport the show: https://www.climactic.fm/p/support-the-collective/

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7 Mar 2020

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🦋🧘Feeling the Change | From panic to growth: Bob Doppelt on transformational resilience

Feeling the Change

Bob Doppelt is the Executive Director of the Resource Innovation Group (TRIG) and the founder and Coordinator of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition (ITRC). Trained in both counseling psychology and environmental science, he has combined the two fields throughout his careeer. He is also a Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction instructor from the University of Massachusettes Medical School, Center for Mindfulness. From 2003 to 2011 he directed the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI) at the University of Oregon, where he still teaches part time. Bob is the author of Leading Change toward Sustainability: A Change Management Guide for Business, Government, and Civil Society (Greenleaf Publishing, 2003). The Power of Sustainable Thinking: How To Create a Positive Future for the Climate, The Planet, Your Organization and Your Life, (Earthscan Publishing, 2008) And his newest book, Transformational Resilience: How to Use Climate Change and Related Adversities to Learn, Grow and Thrive  released in 2015. What is transformational resilience? ‘’The capacity of individuals and groups to use their existing strengths and resources to deliberately regulate their body, emotions and thoughts, and use adversity as a catalyst to find new meaning, direction, and hope in life by making decisions that enhance personal, social and environmental wellbeing’’ – Bob Doppelt, 2015Special Guest: Bob Doppelt.Support ClimacticSupport the show.

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7 Mar 2020

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Ep 10: Transformational Resilience and Climate Change with Bob Doppelt

Climate, Mind and Behavior

Welcome to episode ten of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice, and human behavior. Bob Doppelt is Executive Director of The Resource Innovation Group (TRIG), a non-partisan social science-based sustainability and global climate change organization. In addition, Doppelt is a professor at the University of Oregon where he teaches systems thinking and climate policy. He has advanced training in counseling psychology, environmental land management and has been practicing socially engaged Buddhism for twenty-five years. Throughout his career he has strived to integrate these three fields of inquiry. Doppelt believes climate change as well as many of today’s pressing social and economic problems result from outdated and flawed assumptions about the way the world works and what it means to live a decent and honorable life. According to Doppelt, climate disruption is not, at its core, an environmental, energy, or technological problem, but the greatest crises of thought and imagination in human history. Doppelt called me from his home in Oregon to talk about these ideas and his newest book Transformational Resilience: How Building Human Resilience to Climate Disruption Can Safeguard Society and Increase Wellbeing. The book uses neuroscience-based mental health and mindfulness research to help readers cope with and use climate-related adversities to learn, grow, and enhance personal, collective, and environmental wellbeing. To learn more about Bob Doppelt’s recent book and his work with TRIG, visit TheResourceInnovationGroup.org. And click here to watch a video of his presentation at Garrison’s 2013 Climate, Cities and Behavior conference. Our theme music is composed by Zoë Keating. You can find her music on iTunes or on her website, Zoë Keating.com. The photograph for this episode is by Chris Ensey. https://www.garrisoninstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/bob-doppelt_cmb-ep-10.mp3 The post Ep 10: Transformational Resilience and Climate Change with Bob Doppelt appeared first on Garrison Institute.

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