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Dec 19, 2013:

Bob Doppelt talks about the shift From Me to We in Organic Gardening Magazine: "Thinking as if Climate Matters"


Oct 3, 2013: Do You Want to Increase Your Personal Wellbeing While Serving As An Agent of Change At Work Or In Your Community? Then join me for workshop on Mindfulness in Action: Unlocking the Transformative Power of Awareness, January 17-19 at Esalen in California.

Awareness is a revolutionary act that can change the world. Many people want to transform themselves and the social problems that swirl around them. However, when confronted with unjust conditions at work, in our communities, or society, some people withdraw. Others react with anger and aggression. Both responses only increase our personal angst and the social dilemmas. However, when we learn how to skillfully respond to troubles with mindfulness, seeing interconnections, and acting ethically, we can transform ourselves and the world.

Through guided meditations, experiential exercises, and discussions, participants will be shown how to grasp the interplay between inner and outer transformation. We will start by exploring how we are all implicated in today’s social problems. We will then use the practice of mindfulness and emerging information and tools from neuroscience, trauma and social engagement theory to explore how we can transform ourselves in ways that also help us correct economic, social, and environmental injustices.

For anyone who strives to increase your personal well-being while acting as an agent of change, this workshop provides new insights, tools, and sense of competency. Learn more and enroll here

July 23, 2013: CSR International, a social enterprise that promotes corporate sustainability and responsibility based on societal contribution and environmental integrity, recently reviewed From Me to We.
Read the full review here.

Oct 6, 2012: Read a recent review from the UK of Bob Doppelt's book Leading Change toward Sustainability that reaffirms that it is one of the 10 most important books in sustainability