Political Pod Meeting: After COP28 – what can coaches do?
Jackie Arnold will be interviewing Dr Wassim Dbouk, from the University of Southampton, who attended the COP 28 Dubai meeting. He is currently researching the use of mindfulness in shifting mindsets around the climate emergency.
He’ll talk about what climate coaches need to know about the challenges facing delegates as they move on from the COP, what’s affecting the research and activist community, and what support young, indigenous, and underrepresented and most affected groups most need from us.
We welcome other newsletter readers and Pod members who were at COP 28 to join us with their perspectives on how we coach from here.
Event Timezone Reference - United Kingdom
Registration Link - https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsdu-trDkpHNEr6YcnjzWhVVL3VhymAZQh
Dr Wassim Dbouk is a Post-doctoral researcher in marine and maritime policy at the Univeristy of Southampton, with a background in maritime law, a broader interest in sustainable development, and an expertise in translating research into policy-informing evidence.
He is currently researching the use of mindfulness in shifting mindsets around the climate emergency.
He participates in Public Policy|Southampton (PPS) where the core objective is to 'change the world for the better' by engaging policymakers with evidence produced at the University. The unit aims to achieve this through building and maintaining strategic partnerships with local, national and international policymakers.
He is also currently involved in a multi-disciplinary research project as part of the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC - https://www.linkedin.com/company/idricuk/), where he is researching the legal and regulatory aspects of the transport of CO2 to support the implementation of the UK Government's Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) plans.
Jackie Arnold is a core member of the CCA and of the Politcal Pod. She coaches and supervises staff in Businesses wishing to be more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint. She has co developed, coached and trained staff at NATURAL ENGLAND, and co developed a Global Climate Biodiversity Coaching Programme for all professionals who support others to think more systemically & to protect our fragile planet. She was appointed Director of Association of Coaching Supervisors. 2020-2023 She is on the JGSG climate panel of Coaching Mentoring & Supervision Global Organisations. www.JGSG.one
Event Language - English
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