1 OCTOBER 2020


On Thursday 1st October 2020, the 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation returned to host another round of thought provoking and inspiring sessions for coaches from around the world.

Our vision is for the 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation to become a catalyst for meaningful conversations that accelerate the emergence of a human story aligned with a living Earth.

The second 24-hour Global Conversation was held on 1st October from midnight to midnight UTC. On the hour every hour, we handed over from country to country, starting in New Zealand at 13:00 local time and finishing in Hawaii at 13:00 local time. Note: The conversation taking place at 16:00 UTC was in Spanish.

We are often asked “How do coaches bring the climate and ecological emergencies into coaching conversations“? What do we mean by permission? What do we need permission for? And what action might we take? The conversation on 1st October was a space to explore these questions in more depth, to share experiences, discuss opportunities and find some answers aligned with our diverse coaching contexts.


The conversations were facilitated by the following hosts at the times given. Click on the names to view the host profiles, or scroll down to see details of all the hosts. 


Mary Britton

Bringing beginner’s mind to coaching super vision, training and coaching – mum, friend, colleague and co-creator, in love with words and music and our planet – papatuanuku. Tihei mauri Ora!
New Zealand
“It’s time to act! Staying awake to transformative possibilities.”
I’m learning each day to make choices and take actions which move my personal, professional and philosophical dials in the right direction for our planet. Every action counts. Enrolling others beyond our feelings of helplessness to discover effective actions; and staying awake to imagining transformative possibilities.
"Mā te rongo, ka mōhio Mā te mōhio, ka mārama Mā te mārama, ka mātau Mā te mātau, ka ora." "From the senses comes knowledge; from knowledge comes understanding; from understanding come skills which can be shared with our community; from this sharing comes wellbeing."


Val Panui

Kaiwhakahaere (Director) Whaimōhio Ltd – Indigenous Coach
Aotearoa (New Zealand)
“He aha te mea nui o te Ao? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata”
During NZ Rāhui (lockdown) the replenishment of Papatuanuku me Ranginui became paramount to our culture. Something we have been trying to get awareness since the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi…… CCA kaupapa has a passion to ensure the sustainability for our earth for future generations. I’m curious of the How vs the Why.
"I rere kau mai te Awanuiārua mai ki te kahui maunga ki Tangaroa, Ko au te awa ko te awa ko au." "The mighty River flows from the ancestral mountain to the sea, I am the river, the river is me."


Yvonne McLean

Leadership Coach and Facilitator, wife, Mum, daughter, sister and friend
New Zealand

“Every little thing I do counts”
Dire warnings about climate change were being given in the mid-80s. Fast forward to 2019, Jeff Murray’s NZ novel, Melt, portrayed for me just how bleak that future could be. Around the globe, governments have come and gone, little has changed other than rearranging some deckchairs on the Titanic. We can’t wait for them any longer, each of us must take responsibility. I want to be part of the solution – to reinvigorate our beautiful planet and breathe life and hope for a different future.
"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
Jane Goodall


Alice Howard-Vyse

Systems Leadership: Coach, Convenor & Facilitator, Wildworker
Sydney, Australia

“We’re not alone”

How might we bring the best of our humanity to shaping a regenerative future? How might we best serve the Climate Crisis and generations that come after us? These questions continually guide my practice. Though the scale of the challenges often feels overwhelming, what helps is to know we’re not alone, and by aligning personal intent and collective action, we create opportunities to reweave a new, more hopeful narrative, together.

"Hope is a verb with its sleeves rolled up."
David Orr


Sally Gillespie

Climate psychology researcher, eco-psychologist , writer, community gardener
Sydney, Australia

“We need to talk about this, and this, and this…”

What I learnt from my climate psychology research was how vital it is to provide safe spaces for open conversations about the feelings and thoughts that the existential climate crisis stirs in us. Such conversations spark creativity, develop emotional resilience, forge deep bonds and empower action. CCA’s Global Conversation will open hearts and minds, and seed transformative communities and actions. It’s the kind of conversation that helps heal our world.

"Whatever our gift, we are called to give it and to dance for the renewal of the world."
Robin Wall Kimmerer


Jeanine Bailey

Coach (ICF MCC), Coaching business owner
Melbourne, Australia

“Creating a united voice to support our earth”

For many, many years I’ve noticed governments aren’t doing enough to heed warnings from experts that we are heading into – if not already in – an environmental crisis. We are constantly witnessing the brutality of climate change, including the fierce fires in here in Australia and in California. We can make a difference by coming together with a united voice and a consistent message to support an earth we can all live in with its unique and beautiful creatures, and precious ecosystems.

"Passionate about coaching and creating a thriving, connected, sustainable and loving planet!"


Judy McLennan

Coach, Collaborator, Activist, Wife, Mother, Sister
Gold Coast, Australia
On 29 May 2020, Professional Bodies for Coaching, Mentoring & Supervision made a Global Statement on the climate and biodiversity crisis. It speaks of the urgency of this crisis and importantly the role coaches can play. Which is why I’m looking forward to joining with hundreds of coaches in the 24-hours conversation as through our conversation, collaboration and community more can be done – the crisis isn’t waiting.
We have two choices for our future, which is still unwritten. It will be shaped by who we choose to be right now. So, how can we change the story of the world.
Christiana Figures, Tom Rivett-Carnac "The Future we Choose" 2020

Diana Collett

Leadership coach, facilitator, procrastination buster, family maker, nature lover
“Harmony matters, let’s make it happen.”
The Covid crisis woke me up. It is the loudest in an escalating parade of nature events telling us the ecological balance of our magnificent planet is disrupted. While nature’s voice grows louder, we humans are still convinced that our desires and our rules matter. I realised we must develop the imagination, the clarity and the resolve to live in harmony with the life force that sustains us all.
"Create a positive, alternative view of the future."
Rebecca Huntly


Deana Peng

Executive Coach & Team Coach, Mom
Tokyo, Japan

“We Can Make a Difference!”

Two years ago, I attended an environmental crisis project exhibition that my son was working on at school. Watching our next generations striving to save our planet and fighting for their future struck me hard. It was time for me to take actions – I joined the CCA global conversation to contribute with people around the world to make a difference for the present and the future.


Sabrina Park

Executive Coach and facilitator PCC, Founder of Positive 100 Days Project – world peace movement
Seoul, South Korea

“What does your life whisper to you now?”
I want to hand on to my descendants the beautiful nature I experienced in my childhood. When I was asked to join CCA, I thought it would make a small start. And if we can do this together, it will be more powerful and fun. As a coach, I ask myself, “What does your life whisper to you now?” The answer is why I am here with CCA: “feel the moment with nature”.
"The human being is one of Nature’s trees"


Julie Zhang

Leadership Coach & Facilitator
“Ask less, give more”
Signs of climate change are everywhere. The vast majority of people are either not aware, choose to ignore, or do not know how to make changes happen as an individual. I am among the later, until I came across CCA where I as a coach can also make a positive contribution.
"By the time we see the climate change is really bad, our ability to fix it is extremely limited."


Travis Green

Organizational Psychologist
Bangkok, Thailand

“As a community, what imprint will coaches make on Climate Change?”
This week, my mom, partner, and pets evacuated the valley I had grown up in S. Oregon, USA. This wildfire is threatening and burning down numerous towns in this valley—one wildfire of hundreds ravaging the west coast. Just months ago, it was Australia. I genuinely believe coaches and professionals working to create healthily relationships and wholistic systems have an opportunity, if not the responsibility, to combat climate change today.
"Stronger Together"


Sim-Choo Khoo

PCC, Executive Coach & Supervisor, Reflective Partner, Mum, Sister
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

“Flourish | Be the catalyst!”
Feeling of lightness in seeing a fleeting butterfly dancing in the wind. A sense of awe and gratitude in hearing the rain as we connect in generative listening with clients.

Heightened consciousness and lifestyle shift when I embarked in a global ecosystem sustainability program. A spark lit up to be a catalyst, starting with transforming own vegetable and fruit waste into plants; in taking positive steps towards a better planet.
"The earth has music for those who listen."
William Shakespeare


Dr Frances Penafort

“We are in this together. Together we can craft an impact.”
The devastating 2019 fires of Australia was a rude wake-up call for me, urging me to come out of my comfort-zone. I’m accountable for my time and space on Mother Earth. Now is the time for me to take a stand for our Planet Earth and to effect a change for the future generations. Let me galvanize, support and work together to make a difference.


Rashmi Shetty

Seeker, Voice & Attitudinal coach, Mother

“Tat Tvam Asi” (That Thou Art)
A permanent student who derives maximum lessons from Nature. I value her patience & feel we have taken her for granted. I am honored to be part of a group of similar thinkers who intend to take it to action. 
"All the powers in the universe are already ours. It is we who have put our hands before our eyes and cry that it is dark."
Swami Vivekananda


Myah Payel Mitra

Holistic Life & Career Coach, Global Keynote Speaker, Diversity & Sustainability Champion
“Each one of us can make a difference – each voice counts & each step matters. Let’s make a conscious choice.”
I believe we all have immense potential to collectively move the needle on the current climate crisis. I decided to quit my corporate career and ditched city-based life to embrace eco-centric slow living, adopted minimalism and a sustainable lifestyle to make a difference. Through my work as a holistic life & career coach, I am building a conscious, sustainable and inclusive world and encouraging others to make a conscious choice every step of the way. 
"Be the change you wish to see in the world."


Dr. Anne Dolly Kuzhimadathil

Transformational Coach, Psychologist, Founder & CEO of SALT, President of APAC
Mumbai, India
“Every voice matters & every act counts” 

Over the years, I have learnt that focus does not mean that we become blind to what is happening around us & the best of intentions mean nothing if not followed by action. When individuals come together, governments listen, societies change and the world transforms. I am humbled to be part of a community that seeks to revitalize mother earth and preserve its preciousness.



Ram S Ramanathan

Bangalore, India
“Am I being a societally responsible human being?”
The reason why I am involved in this CCA initiative is because as a human being first and a coach next, my self awareness needs to expand into social awareness and societal systemic awareness, of which climate awareness is a critical factor.
"One who sees others within self, and sees self in others is divine"
Isavasya Upanishad, ca 3000 BCE


Mohammad Issa

Visual facilitation expert 

I have two sons. I love them. I want to make sure that their future is much better than us. We need to save our earth
"Climate change is the greatest threat to our existence in our short history on this planet. Nobody’s going to buy their way out of its effects."
Mark Ruffalo


Marina Jankovic

Master Certified Coach & Sustainability Leadership Adviser
United Arab Emirates

“Hear the Eco. Create a legacy that inspires and empowers future generations.”
We are living in a world obsessed with always wanting more of everything. I am committed to enabling people to step up in service of their higher purpose and develop into thoughtful leaders who create shared value and care about the planetary ecosystem. I want to be part of a community that demands that standard from everybody.
"The world is made of circles. And we think in straight lines. We tend to focus on snapshots of isolated parts of the system. And wonder why our deepest problems never get solved."
Peter Senge


Katerina Kanelidou

Leadership and Team Coach
“Time to take a stand and fight for humanity”
As a child, I was observing how we were using and abusing our planet. Being the most intelligent species, I believed it should be our duty to protect other life-forms and live in harmony with nature. Instead, we are destroying our planet. As a child I was feeling too little to make a difference. But as coaches we can play an important role, steer conversations, empower actions and create change.
"You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
Jane Goodall


Hetty Einzig

Executive Coach, Author, Editor of Coaching Perspectives, Facilitator, Supervisor
London, UK
“To be truly radical is to make hope possible”
Brought up to see beauty everywhere – in the small miracles of everyday, I joined John Whitmore, co-creating the ground-breaking Be the Change conferences bringing together diverse people. We shared the same yearning for a better world, interdependence was real. Working with the Pachamama Alliance I adhere to their bold vision: an environmentally sustainable, socially just and spiritually fulfilling human presence on this planet as a possibility for our time.
"The kind of hope that I often think about… I understand above all as a state of mind, not a state of the world. Either we have hope within us, or we don’t. It is a dimension of the soul... [Hope] is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but the certainty that something makes sense, regardless of how it turns out.”
Vaclav Havel


Musa Nxumalo

Coach, Facilitator, Author
Ulundi, South Africa

“I am because you are”
When I left the world of deep-level gold mining in 2005, after 10 years of involvement, I was free to start looking at what the mine waste we produced was doing to the air and rivers in the surrounding communities. My curiosity was  driven by a need to find solutions, instead of apportioning blame. Finally I’ve found a community of possibilists, whose heartbeat rhymes with the same convictions I have.
"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children."
Native American Proverb


Wassili Zafiris

Author, Coach, NLP Master trainer
(Dr. Hons. Causa)
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
“Humans are equal with everything in nature and keepers of it”
Ever since I was a child, I have felt a passion for nature. I was brought up with the notion that humans are equal with everything in nature. In later life I realized that my work as coach and trainer is in a way in service of that idea. It is my belief that helping people reconnect to their true nature is one of the key functions of a coach.


Rita Symons

Coach and developer of leaders, EMCC UK President, Mother of two lovely girls and a greyhound, World citizen.
West Midlands, UK

“Design a different future”
I believe we all have a responsibility to act to design a different future, one where we learn to live together and with our precious planet more harmoniously. Coaches have a role to play in steering dialogue and action.
"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."
Native American saying


Kenza Khomsi

PhD, Climate expert, Air Quality expert, Life Coach, Mentor, Citizen, Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mum, Auntie

“Everything is interconnected”
My journey with the environment began in 2002. Since then I’ve dedicated a lot of my time to study how the climate is and how it is dealing with us. I’ve focused on the climate impacts on our OneHealth: humans and ecosystems. Alas! everything is interconnected in such a complex manner and we need to increase awareness about this interconnection. Belonging to a climate-aware community makes this challenge possible.


Liz Hall

Coach, Mindfulness/compassion teacher, Author, Mum of three, Guardian of eight rescue pets
“Because we inter-are”
Over the years, I’ve felt deep sorrow and at times, anger, faced with how humankind ravages and plunders the environment and maltreats fellow animals. But I’ve often felt powerless apart from through my own small acts such as becoming vegan. No more excuses. It’s time to tap into our inter-connectedness, to have the difficult conversations, to step up- who are we not to take this challenge on?
"Walk as if you are kissing the earth with your feet."
Thich Nhat Hanh


Prof David Lane

Citizen, father and grandfather, psychologist

“No time to lose”
When I first became involved in environmental health 50 years ago it did not occur to me that humankind would not act on the evidence before us and work to change direction. That we are here with 10 years left to institute essential measures surprises me. Surely, the risk is now obvious and even vested interests will see that they are leaving their children an impoverished planet. There is no time to lose and I am committed to ensuring a path to sustainability.
"Social responsibility and environmental responsibility are intimately related and must both be recognised and incorporated in a multi-dimensional energy-environment accountability scenario that is to address the total well being of the planet and its inhabitants."
Robert Samuels


Peter Hawkins

Professor Peter Hawkins

“The Biggest Challenge for Coaching”
The climate emergency and ecological crisis is the largest collective challenge our species has ever, ever faced. Without a major shift in consciousness humans are incapable of stepping up to this challenge. 21st Century coaching has a major role to play in this shift in consciousness. We need to wake up and realize ecology is present in every coaching conversation. Recognized or unrecognized. Both as a challenge and a resource.


Zoe Cohen

Exec Coach, Coach Supervisor, Carbon Literate Coach, Activist, Mum, Citizen, Veg grower
UK (North West)

“Act like the truth is real”
In some deep way I’ve known where we were heading since I was a teenager, and I’ve attempted to live my life accordingly. But like many of us I allowed myself to get distracted by life, career, family, and at times even consumption. For the last 2 years I’ve been more and more working, living, speaking and acting like the truth is real, because that’s what’s needed. We, those alive today, are the people who will determine humanity’s life on this earth for centuries to come.
"We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate change and the last generation who can do something about it."


Nigel Cumberland

Author, Speaker, Executive Coach & Coaching Supervisor
London, UK

“To wake us all up to the enormous challenge and how we can respond in an equally enormous way”
I am observing either first hand or through the media the dramatic impacts of climate change, and global temperatures are only up by a little over one degree so far! I feel compelled now to act and speak up in order to wake us all up to the enormous challenge and how we can respond in an equally enormous way.
"We don’t have time to sit on our hands as our planet burns. It’s life or death."
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, US Politician & Activist


Lise Lewis

Gloucestershire, England

“Let’s start loving our planet!”
I came to realise that we cannot keep ignoring the devastation that we create by destroying life on earth. We may believe we can’t change the past and to let go of regret and sorrow to enable a brighter future. This time, the brighter future only happens with changing the past without apportioning blame and shame for mistakes made. I’m committed to be part of this change.
"The earth is what we all have in common."
Wendell Berry


Aida Frese

Executive coach and Supervisor, Mother of three millennials committed to building a better world for future generations.

Coach Ejecutiva y Supervisora. Madre de tres millenials muy comprometidas a construir un mejor mundo para futuras generaciones.

Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Think big, start small”
“Piensa en grande comienza pequeño”
Environmental enthusiast supported with formal training since the early 90s, added coaching to my life in 2005. Today I feel excited to connect interests and experiences as I am eager to bring different voices so that together we can collaborate while facing the global crisis and making a real impact on the world.
Entusiasta en temas ambientales contando con capacitacion formal a principio de los ’90s, sumé coaching a mi vida en 2005. Hoy estoy muy contenta de conectar intereses y experiencias y esperando traer distintas voces que juntas nos permita colaborar generando un impacto en el mundo mientras nos enfrentamos a una crisis global.


Fabiola Solís Plaza

Leadership Coach, Mentor and Coaching Supervisor

Coach de Liderazgo, Mentora y Supervisora

Santiago de Chile, Chile

“The opportunity to create change honoring our diversity”
“Una oportunidad para crear cambios, honrando nuestra diversidad”
As a woman from Latin America, the recognition of mother earth, grandfather fire and grandmother moon lives in me as part of our worldview. From there, my commitment is to leave a planetary legacy that is coherent and consistent with the urgency that we live today. This is a collaborative task, an opportunity to create change honoring our diversity, which is why I join with CCA.
Como mujer latinoamericana, el reconocimiento de la Madre tierra, el Abuelo fuego, la Abuela luna vive en mi como parte de nuestra cosmovisión. A partir de ahí, mi compromiso es dejar un legado planetario que sea coherente y acorde con la urgencia que vivimos hoy. Esta es una tarea colaborativa, una oportunidad para generar cambios honrando nuestra diversidad, por eso soy miembro de CCA.
"If not me, then who? If not now, then when?"
"Si no soy yo, ¿Entonces quién? Si no es ahora, ¿Entonces cuándo?"


Laly Irazabal

Team Coach, Mentor and Coaching Supervisor, proud Mother and Grandma to six beautiful children
Caracas, Venezuela
“A New Awareness for future lives.”
“Una Nueva Conciencia para vidas futuras”
Last August there were several oil spills from a Venezuelan refinery in the Caribbean coasts, destroying one of our National Parks, a marine species sanctuary. This place used to make us proud. Today, it is a dark stain that causes pain and shame. As a coach, mother, and grandmother, I intend to support a renewal of awareness, to ensure life on this planet is safe for future generations. Let us work together to achieve this purpose!
"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it"
Robert Swan


Dr Damian Goldvarg

Los Angeles, USA

“Building environmental awareness and encouraging responsible action is everybody’s responsibility”
This is my second year increasing awareness of climate change in the coaching and supervision global community. I believe as coaches we have the responsibility to bring environmental issues to our clients awareness when is not present and challenge them to take appropriate responsible action when is appropriate.


Carlos Paulet

PCC, MA CEO X-Factor Consulting
Lima, Peru

“A waterfall begins with only one drop of water and look at what that becomes”
I believe that in the years ahead, climate change could have a significant impact on every aspect of the daily lives of all human beings — greater even than the COVID-19 pandemic or global war. A waterfall begins with only one drop of water and look at what that becomes. I wish to be one of the drops that make a difference.
"The time to answer the greatest challenge of our existence on this planet is now. You can make history or be vilified by it."
Leonardo Di Caprio


Magda Mook

Executive Director and CEO, International Coaching Federation
Lexington, Kentucky, USA
“Let’s get curious of what coaching can do in response to climate crisis.”
We all are the guests and the stewards of our planet. The changes to the climate that happened over the period of my own life are – if nothing else – making me stop and be curious. Is it normal? Is it because of what we are doing and not doing? Science offer many answers. So the time is now. Being a part of a coaching community always makes me wonder how coaching and coaches can make a difference. Let’s find out.
"It's a collective endeavour, it's collective accountability and it may not be too late."
Christine Lagarde


Katherine Holt

Global Coach
Durango, Colorado USA
“What will you do with YOUR wild and precious life?”
After waking up on Earth Day in 1970, I hit the snooze button until the One Earth Summit in 2002. Then I asked myself “What do I want to do with my wild and precious life?” and became a cross-pollinator. We must help everyone see climate change as part of our collective story. We must commit to being the change that we want to see in the world.
"Climate change is changing the world – Now we too must change."
May Boeve


Barrett C. Brown, PhD

Managing Director, Apheno Advisory Honolulu, Hawaii
“Global acupuncture: One conversation at a time”
One of the most powerful global acupuncture moves that we can make – to help bring about a future we all want – is to positively influence the leadership of those with authority, power and influence. This dialogue is a precious opportunity to strengthen our collective approach at doing that work.


Dr David Drake

Founder and CEO, The Moment Institute California, USA
“What seeds of light can you plant in this moment?”
I have spent a lot of time in the wilderness. I ache for what we are doing to it and one another. I created Narrative Coaching to help people transform their stories so they could flourish. I created Integrative Development to enable practitioners to work in times like these. I’ve dedicated the rest of my life to plant seeds my college-age daughter and her friends can harvest to rebuild the world.
"The future of business [and life itself] will be shaped by nimble pods of highly committed people in deep relationship."
Mikela and Philip Tarlow


Lily Seto

MA, PCC, ESIA, Gramma of two marvellous Next Generationers
Victoria BC, Canada

“Heal the World for Seven Generations that Come After Us”
Across the globe, we are all related… all human and non-human species. If I don’t take actions now, my grandchildren and their grandchildren will not have a beautiful Mother Earth to connect with.
"Be the change you want to see."
Mahatma Gandhi


Janet M Harvey

Edmonds WA, USA

I believe that we can and will come together and solve the climate emergency, my grandchildren deserve this. How we do it matters: systemically, collectively, and with the inclusion of all generations and mutual respect, void of shame.
"Grandma, what happened to the river? We stole the banks required for the river to continue to flow."


David Matthew Prior

Saddle River, New Jersey, USA
There are four elements believed to be essential to life: Earth, Air, Fire and Water.

During the first 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation convened in March 2020, we were just coming through the destruction delivered by the 2019-20 Australian Bush Fires. Today, at this writing, fires are devastating the Western coast of the United States.

These four essential elements of life might now include a fifth essential, a human element, that is essential within any coaching conversation: Responsibility.

I look forward to us exploring an elemental conversation on October 1st.

"It is not only what we do, but also what we do not do, for which we are accountable."


Tessa Bailey

Matriarch, Tlingit, Relative, BSc, Evaluator, Artist, Facilitator
Alberta, Canada
“Part of the land, part of the water”
As a Tlingit First Nations woman, I was raised in our values of Hà Kus Teayea. My nation and my given name, Gadzoosdaa, give me a responsibility to care for the land and for the youth. Climate change has had major impacts on our communities in Northern Canada. Food security, as wildlife populations dwindle, housing, as the ground collapses with the melting of permafrost, and suicide, as our identity fades away in a delicate dance between ourselves and the land, are all catalysts for our voices to be heard.
"The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we have for destruction."
Rachel Carson


Oriana Tickell

Mexico City, Mexico
The best coaching is deeply and inextricably linked to sustainability in the widest interpretation of the word. As coaches we often have conversations with clients around how to best manage personal energy for long term success, not burnout. That for me is coaching for human sustainability, supporting clients in becoming able to manage the demands, stresses and uncertainties of daily life, in a way that reflects the same path for protecting the planet.


Keiko Hsu

VP-Client Operations and Certified Executive and Business Coach, CoachSource LLC
Kauai, Hawaii
“Help make tomorrow better than today”
I was inspired by the documentary film “Tomorrow” (2017) which showed how community and individual actions can make a big difference on mitigating climate change. We can all contribute to helping humanity and our planet avert environmental crisis. I was delighted to learn about the Climate Coaching Alliance and am honored to be a host for the October 1st CCA event.


Sara Spencer

Executive Leadership and Business Coach, PCC, MBA
Honolulu, Hawaii
We are all connected and evolving on this planet together. I believe as coaches, we create a space for curious conversations that facilitate positive change. I’m excited to be a part of this growing community and conversation to support awareness for our future generations.