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Tina Clarke

Languages: English
Topics: Beautiful Economies / Reconomy, Effective Groups, Municipalities in Transition, Other, Transition Launch, Transition Talk, Transition Thrive
Countries: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States
Regions: North America, Europe. (During my four years working in Europe, I developed many connections and friendships, including invitations to provide Transition Training. If I was invited to assist in person, I would take a ship. Also, I have to return to Denmark in 2022 or 2023 because I left during COVID with several commitments awaiting my return.)

Your trainer/facilitator bio

Tina has trained 2000+ initiators in the U.S., Canada and Europe, given 72 Transition weekend courses, provided 450+ talks and workshops, and coached 100s of diverse leaders. Global Transition leaders had Tina bring diversity training, educational tools, and community organizing experience to the movement. Degrees in urban planning, geography and economics plus 34 years of professional success in training, consulting, coaching, advocacy, public speaking, organizational growth, fundraising, leadership development, and group facilitation enables Tina to support diverse leaders to collaborate, create strategic programs, influence policymakers, and engage more people in action.

Prior to global leadership in Transition training, Tina directed national citizen advocacy in Washington, D.C. for a coalition of 17 national faith groups and Greenpeace USA. At New England Clean Water Action she organized advocacy coalitions on environmental justice, toxins and energy. 100+ consulting clients include, Sustainability Institute, Massachusetts Municipal Association, REconomy (global), Ecolise (Europe), Gaia Trust (global), Roskilde University (Denmark), and Malmo University (Sweden). Tina created Ecolise’s first program uniting their diverse NGOs in action. Her concepts and coaching enabled Ecolise partners to raise 1 million+ Euros to develop and implement her innovative methods. In Denmark, she created a cross-sector collaboration between five leading green municipalities, three universities,, Green Students, social entrepreneurs, and national unions.

Tina built the first certified Below-Net-Zero Energy home in North America, winning awards and $35K. Solar panels power the home and an electric vehicle for local driving needs. Tina just completed a Deep Energy Retrofit of her Minneapolis home, eliminating fossil fuels.