Building resilience helps avoid burnout. It keeps us on course, through the highs and the lows, and bounces us forward from challenges.
The Resilience Hub on CCL Community provides opportunities for building personal and chapter resilience that support purposeful action on climate.
Featured Resilience Resource
I'm a climate scientist. Here's how I'm handling climate grief
A climate scientist shares their personal experience around small, solution-oriented actions providing relief from climate grief and promoting resilience.Read the Article
Live Workshops and Groups
For additional live trainings on a variety of topics, consult the Training Events Calendar.
Learn about and Practice Non-sleep Deep Rest (NSDR)!
Nov 8, 8pm ET/ 5pm PT - Online
Non-sleep deep rest (NSDR) is a term coined by neuroscientist Andrew Huberman to describe the kind of rest one gets when the body is relaxed but the mind is still aware. This practice can strengthen your climate advocacy, prevent burnout, and bring more ease and relaxation to your life.
Become a Group Resilience Coordinator
Next GRC Training Starts: TBD
A Group Resilience Coordinator works together with the Group Leader to keep their local CCL chapter connected and strong, individually and collectively, through group exercises and other activities that enhance relationships, enjoyment, and stress relief.
Join the Next ONGO Group
Next Group: TBD
This 12-week group experience is designed to integrate peace, compassion and wisdom into your climate activism, family, and community by helping you embody those qualities in your words and actions. Advance registration required.
Five Steps to Personal Climate Resilience
This training is an opportunity to learn about five steps to building personal resilience in the face of climate change, which can help people stay strong and steady in their climate work and navigate feelings like climate anxiety, eco-grief and hopelessness.Start Training
Self-Care for Stress Reduction
This training provides suggestions and resources for your inner advocate - the one who wants change, ease, and calm, but struggles at times to find or create it.Start Training
Deepening Resilient Leadership
This training is designed to explore and deepen our resilience as climate leaders and advocates and begin to assess our own strengths and areas for development.Start Training