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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Electrconic Copies available

Electronic copies of ITFT are now available through the Rise Up Carbon Conversations list.
You may need to login or subscribe to the Carbon Conversations discussion group before you can down load them.
Copis are available as a .pdf   or as an .epub.

Thursday, 16 March 2017

New Publishing Arrangement

The Surefoot Effect CIC is no longer publishing In Time For Tomorrow?.
While stocks last, remaindered copies are available at discounted prices via www.surefoot-effect.com and here.

The Carbon Conversations materials are being re-issued under a Creative Commons Licence and are freely available for download from the Carbon Conversations website. ITFT? will be available to download from there in October.

Saturday, 9 January 2016

International Possibilities

From time to time we receive enquiries about Carbon Conversations running in other countries. There are of course many other programmes*, and we are flattered that people have come to us. Like any change programme, it will take enthusiasm and creativity to roll out in a new place, and the issues of translation and context will probably be a minor part of work, but I have attached a page to this blog for your information and comment.
* Note:
If anyone wants to send me links, I will list them here.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Clean Slate

Rosemary has written a piece in Clean Slate "the Practical Journal of Sustainable Living",
the members' magazine for the Centre for Alternative Technology.

Based on the content of In Time for Tomorrow, she writes about "The psychological need to defend ourselves", "Using groups to help people", and "The process of change".

It has clearly been well received, if the increase in sales in anything to go by!

Speaking with George Marshall

Rosemary is speaking at the CPA members day this Saturday,
Climate Psychology Alliance Members' Day:  10am – 4pm Saturday 6th June 2015, at The Guild of Psychotherapists, 47 Nelson Square, London SE1 0QA
Keynote speaker: George Marshall.    Respondent: Rosemary Randall

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Sally Weintrobe’s review

Sally Weintrobe, author of Engaging with Climate Change: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives has written a review if ITFT? for the Climate Psychology Alliance

"As Naomi Klein rightly says in her back cover endorsement, “this lovely handbook covers it all”.   It helps one to understand what’s at stake with climate change, reduce one’s personal carbon emissions and find ways to talk with people about a subject still seen as taboo." Read more