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COURSE | Coping With Climate Change

March 10, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - May 28, 2022 @ 9:15 pm GMT


“Active Hope is waking up to the beauty of life on whose behalf we can act. We belong to this world. The web of life is calling us forth at this time.”
– Joanna Macy

The biggest challenge we face today is the climate crisis. Described by the UN as a ‘code red for humanity’, it can feel impossibly overwhelming. However, we do not need to give up hope.

Based on Joanna Macy and Dr Chris Johnstone’s work, ‘Coping with Climate Change’ has been developed to help us find hope, take action, cultivate courage and build resilience in the face of climate change.

Join us, as we draw on the strength of relational meditation practice and community connection to meet the challenges of our time together.

Europe CET/CEST: 8-10.15pm
US EDT/EST: 2-4.15pm
US PDT/PST: 11am-1.15pm

For participants in a different time zone, the retreat day can be followed independently via a recording or moved to an alternative date upon request for a small admin fee.

The course is open to everyone, and no mindfulness experience is required. Please note that although meditation is a part of the course, the course itself does not centre around mindfulness. The main focus will be to gather courage, develop resilience and take action in the face of climate change. Full details are available on The Mindfulness Project’s website.

Event Details

March 10, 2022 @ 7:00 pm GMT
May 28, 2022 @ 9:15 pm GMT
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Partner Profile

The Mindfulness Project

The Mindfulness Project

Registered Jun 2020
Teaching Partner


The Mindfulness Project has been offering mindfulness courses in our London (UK) space since 2014, and offering online mindfulness courses since 2016. Our vision has always been to create an innovative platform for sharing mindfulness with as many people as possible. By offering a secular and evidence-based approach, we hope to teach our audience what meditation is and help make learning mindfulness meditation more accessible and relatable to a mainstream audience while keeping it real and meaningful.


020 3289 8132


London, United Kingdom