Speaking & WRITING
Keynotes & workshops
Finding courage, connection and power in the climate crisis
Media & interviews
Keynotes, talks and panels
Workshops for groups
Kathryn speaks and writes on catalysing climate action and the power of social movements to make change – including the topics below.
Drawing on stories from 20 years of climate advocacy and people-powered campaigning, Kathryn's focus is inspiring community leadership, a fierce assessment of power and experiences of navigating uncertainty.
Kathryn has been published and broadcast nationally in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Australian Geographic and on ABC Radio National. Recent talks have been delivered to the Williamson Community Leadership Program and featured on the Commons Social Change Library.
Book a chat with Kathryn to discuss a talk or workshop for your organisation, grassroots group or professional network. You can also subscribe to Kathryn's newsletter at earthcrew.co/blog
We live at a time of great challenge, where our actions have far-reaching consequences. With a radically uncertain future, how might we create time to share big questions?
CRITICAL CLIMATE CONVERSATIONS ~ Feeling overwhelmed? Begin four critical conversations about reconnection, resilience, resistance and renewal.
HOW WE SURVIVE & THRIVE – Let's explore the central idea that community connection, leadership and advocacy is the key to our survival. Empathy and justice can be core to our climate crisis response – if we choose.
CLIMATE ACTIVISM 101 ~ Fast-track from "Oh geez...this is serious..." to effective action and advocacy. Understand big drivers of the problem, and big levers for change. Find a role in change using your unique gifts and vision
POWER AND AGENCY – Lessons from ten years climate campaigning. How do we make progress across the different layers and interests in our democracy to advance the collective good? You can check out this talk on the EarthCrew blog.
Are you alarmed about climate damage and want to do something to build power with your community? This action-packed workshop aims to fast-track you from "Oh geez...this is serious..." to effective action and advocacy. Understand the big drivers of the problem, and big levers for change. Find a role in change using your unique gifts and vision.
We acknowledge Wurundjeri land and Traditional Owners, Sovereignty was never ceded. We pay respect to the climate knowledge and leadership of First Nations people.