A an engaging, interactive on-line workshop that guides you to deeply explores your personal relationship with Climate Change as you pursue your purpose on this rapidly changing planet.
Mosts climate advocates understand they are in it for the long haul. We have a lifetime of important work ahead of us. Beyond helping to pass meaningful climate legislation, what is your role on this new world?
Sometimes you bump into someone who, it’s clear, has worked hard to unbridle their heart from the status quo, predictable, unsurprising way of doing things. You expect them to do creative things — to make new worlds — on the stage, on the canvas, on an instrument, on the field. Peterson Toscano does it with Zoom. With flare, with color, with composure, with prowess: Peterson takes the seemingly 2-dimensional realm of a Zoom call and uses it to weave the world anew.
See a sample of Peterson in action on Zoom
It's not hard to see why Peterson's been successful engaging people across backgrounds in some interesting and important discussions. The discussions and followups were thoughtful and productive. He challenged some of our notions and approaches in intelligent ways and got the office thinking in some exciting new directions.
Inspiring and interactive, Peterson's amazing Zoom presentations always live up to my high expectations. Thank you, Peterson, for your creativity, your engaging vision, and for challenging us via your incredible array of Zoom techniques to connect people not only with one another but also with pressing climate issues needing our urgent attention and global action.
Peterson Toscano is uniquely able to reach out to people through the power of story and comedy to bring a listener through the stages of denial, anger, bargaining, and depression all the way to inspiration and action. Even better, he is fun and engaging and highlights the value to be found in understanding and engaging with people with a different backgrounds and perspectives. The world would be a better place if everyone could listen to Peterson for an hour."