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Climate Leadership and Multisolving: A Conversation With Katharine Wilkinson of The All We Can Save Project - Shared screen with speaker view
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
27:30
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Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
28:27
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43:36
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Kitty Ufford-Chase
01:10:24
Do you get the sense that climate change is becoming a β€œtaboo subject" like talking about money or sex? That its too depressing when we see our national and global leaders not taking the actions that we know must be taken?
Lauren Palamara
01:11:25
Heyoo- will this recording be shared as a follow up? I can think of many colleangues who need to hear this conversation! Or even if I can just get a snippet of what was just said in the past 20 minutes! Must capture this for more people to hear!
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
01:12:19
The recording will be shared with attendees in a follow-up email tomorrow.
Lauren Palamara
01:12:24
YES! Thank you!
Joshua Herrig
01:12:33
What is this website Katherine just mentioned? Tara Do?
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
01:13:33
For those wondering, the website Katharine mentioned is: https://www.terra.do
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
01:13:49
A recording of this event will also be shared in a follow-up email tomorrow.
Majdi Alnajjar
01:15:09
Greetings from Norway! It was very inspiring to participate and meet the excellent likeminded leaders:)
Majdi Alnajjar
01:17:06
I totally agree with Kathrine! I have met my bio mate by a 🐝 bee! Just like falling in love! Then the journey started:))
Alfonso Navarro Carvallo
01:17:26
Excellent presentation and more successes #SDGs
Sarah Rubinstein
01:17:49
Thank you for the inspiring conversation!
Susi Moser
01:18:03
Great conversation, you two. So wonderful to be working with both of you! :)
Kimberly Simmons
01:18:19
Do you think there will be a circle guide 2.0? We enjoyed it so much and yet find there are still many questions and needs for connecting text and action (locally)
Catherine Dibble
01:18:29
Deeply wise and wonderful; thank you all! πŸ™ŒπŸ’―β™ΎπŸ¦‰πŸ€—πŸ™πŸŒπŸŒŽπŸŒπŸŒ²πŸŒ³πŸŒ΄πŸ¦‹
ilona maennchen
01:18:31
Thanks a lot for the great presentation and all the insides.
Justin Cook
01:18:47
This was so dope. Thank you so much!
Katharine Wilkinson
01:18:48
@Kimberly we'd love to hear more about your thoughts there! info@allwecansave.earth
Jennifer Grant
01:19:07
Great discussion. As you were talking about leadership, it seemed like there was a contrast between leadership and dominance. I wondered if you could comment on that.
Susi Moser
01:19:54
Can you speak a bit about the ability to navigate power dynamics as part of leadership in the climate space. What should people be skilled in, aware of?
Kimberly Simmons
01:20:24
Does the wayfinder program include info about how to navigate the internal dynamics of working across social identity differences? We surface so many "isms" that need addressing externally and internal to movement building (why I am so drawn to the frame of climate feminism and still it is hard in practice)
Sarah Siedschlag
01:21:06
And related to power dynamics, when is it best to work within systems (appeasing the white male leader) and when is it best to break down the system, which may be a slower process?
Maria Veloso
01:21:06
In climate work, I notice that most of the leaders I encounter are women -- thoughtful, intersectional in their practice, and deeply rooted in their beliefs. I'm curious to know, do you think there's something about the experience of women that tends to make them more inclined toward climate leadership?
Peter Brezny
01:21:37
Given the existing state of leadership, what strategy do you have to empower rather than dismiss/alienate the white men who could be much more effective as allies?
Victoria Avi
01:21:45
Thank you Dr. Wilkinson and Dr. Sawin! What an inspiring discussion!
Allison Whitaker
01:21:54
Can we have an encore please! This conversation is giving me so much energy and making me feel so connected! THANK YOU!
Steve Arquitt
01:22:05
Thank you Beth and Katherine for this great discussion. Very interesting introduction to the concept of liminal space.
Dena Sneed
01:22:12
Thank you so much! Be well, everyone.
Jennifer Grant
01:22:17
Thanks!
laura lindberg
01:22:26
Incredible conversation. Thank you so much!
Katie Harper
01:22:27
Another inspiring conversation. Love the reclaiming of advocacy for LIFE! Many thanks!
Diane Watt
01:22:33
So inspiring!!
Rachel Cellinese
01:22:34
thank you
Curt Newton
01:22:37
thank you! wonderful hour
Michele Bustamante
01:22:38
Thank you so much - I'd love to meet and chat with you both :)
Sue Clement
01:22:38
This was fabulous. What a gift!
Joshua Herrig
01:22:41
Thank you! Love the work you are both doing!!
Cailin Moore
01:22:44
Thank you so much!
Elissa Schuett
01:22:48
Thank you - what an inspiring discussion.
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
01:22:49
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Michael Schnatzmeyer
01:22:51
Thanks!
Serena Levingston
01:22:51
Thank you!!
Eileen Kelly-Aguirre
01:22:52
Deep appreciation for this offering. Thank you!
Tara Peters
01:22:57
Inspiring conversation - thank you!
Kaeli Fertal
01:22:57
Thank you! This filled my cup and I am feeling inspired πŸ’™πŸ’š
Eve Rydberg
01:22:57
Thanks so much!
Amy Castator
01:22:58
Thank you for this wonderful conversation.
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
01:22:59
https://systemdynamics.org/event/multisolving-working-with-complexity-and-interconnection/
Tariq Siddiqui
01:23:00
Thanks so much. This was especially powerful for me.
Nate Rauh-Bieri
01:23:00
Wonderful discussion. Thank you both!
Allie Webster
01:23:01
Thank you!
Philip Bell
01:23:01
Fabulous conversation! Thank you!
Cassandra Breeze, Multisolving Inst. (she/they)
01:23:02
https://systemdynamics.org/event/multisolving-working-with-complexity-and-interconnection/
Maria Veloso
01:23:03
Thank you Katharine and Beth!
Holly Olivarez
01:23:04
I am disappointed that in all your learning and multisolving you are not talking about climate justice, racism, and bias as the critical problems. The more white women do not talk about it, they prolong solving climate change because we'll have to circle all the way back around to dismantle the white matriarchy after this current attempt to dismantle the white patriarchy. I feel sad that you are two of our nation's climate leaders and you do not recognize that moving out of the way and sharing platforms like this with Black women is key for where we are as a society. I beg you to consider this as critical feedback and not as an attack. I've been following Katharine since 2015 and have done nothing but support you both unwaveringly on social media. One way to look at this: who is thanking you for a great presentation? Are they Women of Color or white women?
andrea panaritis
01:23:04
thanks so much!
James Boulter
01:23:07
Thank you - telling everyone I know to read "Everything We Can Save"!
Emma Barnosky
01:23:08
Thank you!!!