What is Climate Compassion?
Through community events, workshops and trainings, Climate Compassion inspires widening circles of compassionate action, rippling from self-compassion to taking action for the benefit of our human family and the web of life, for current and future generations. We aim to be a node of mutual flourishing, that shifts culture toward a life-sustaining society.
Community events, such as salons featuring inspiring speakers who embody generative solutions to our ecological and social crises, with plenty of time for connection and interaction
Workshops and Trainings weaving together practical action plans and the psycho-social-spiritual skills necessary to sustain our effective engagement
One-on-One Sessions that combine embodied leadership, healing modalities, and transformative practices
See our home page for upcoming events, and stay tuned for ongoing trainings and workshops.
Elizabeth (Lisa) Ferguson, Ph.D.
Founder of Climate Compassion
Lisa founded Climate Compassion in 2015 to bring a compassionate approach to climate action, and to create the opportunity for compassionate community gatherings. She holds a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology, with decades of experience in contemplative and psychospiritual approaches. She integrates embodied approaches including qigong, trauma-informed somatic resilience, and embodied leadership in her work supporting climate justice leaders in their leadership, healing and resilience. She is on the California steering committee of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition (dedicated to seeding trauma-informed approaches in response to climate breakdown) and is trained in permaculture.