The pros of thinking about climate change as a parent and some helpful resources for sharpening your understanding of the topic and the emotions that often accompany thoughts about climate change.
Why is community important?
Community must play a central role in addressing the climate crisis; meaningful connection to community is also a powerful tool in helping us face the challenge before us.
“Consciousness shifting” and true community – the root of it all
We need a lot more than solar panels to adequately address the climate crisis – we must look at the root of the problem. The great news? The shift required just might be what many of us are already longing for.
Activist burnout is common, but is it inevitable? Is there a different way to “do” activism that might be more sustainable – and more impactful to boot?
The nature of the connection
It’s not just any connection to nature that is needed at this moment. And we must start by asking the right questions…
Talking with young people about climate change
It’s a daunting moment, talking with young people about climate change. The when and how are important.
Engaging in climate change requires a robust, muscular hope. The good news is, that hope can be cultivated.
Is climate change being taught in American classrooms today?
The answer is complex.
Fostering a connection with nature in children
Not all time in nature is created equal. A Swedish study illuminates key elements of experiences outdoors that foster the deepest connection.
A family life where less is truly more
A lifestyle that gives us more of what we really want, is good for all of us and better for the planet.