International Journal of Appreciative Inquiry


Appreciative Resources

These resources were chosen by Joeri Kabalt, the editor of this issue, to share with practitioners some of resources that she has found to be particularly relevant on the topic of living and working with climate change.

How would nature change leadership? Tedx Talk

by Andres Roberts 

Inspiring talk by AIP contributor Andres Roberts on how we can come to a new narrative of progress by learning from and working with nature. Mjg2NjQ&feature=emb_logo


The Lost Words

by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris 

Beautifully illustrated “spellbook” for conjuring back the words for the natural world around us that have slowly disappeared from our language. 

ISBN-10 : 1487005385; ISBN-13 : 978-1487005382


Braiding Sweetgrass

by Robin Wall Kimmerer 

A book that celebrates our reciprocal relationship with the rest of the living world by drawing on indigenous wisdom. 

ISBN-10 : 1571313567; ISBN-13 : 978-1571313560 



Hope Free Online Course

by Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone 

This course offers tools that help face concerns of our world, as well as find and play our role in the collective transition towards a society and way of being that support the flourishing of life.


The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More- Than-Human World 

by David Abram 

By now a “classic” that evocatively and academically describes and awakens us to our sensuous participation with the more-than-human world. 

ISBN-10 : 0679776397; ISBN-13 : 978-0679776390


Spaceship Earth Podcast 

by Dan Burgess 

Conversations with artists, activists, social entrepreneurs, storytellers and more about co-creating beautiful life-sustaining cultures. 

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