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.
Consumption & Greenwashing – We cannot buy our way out of this.
There’s no two ways about it. We must lower consumption. But this challenge comes with significant benefits.
Living with climate change demands a type of courage that extends far beyond the ability to endure extreme weather. This robust courage can be cultivated.
Intergenerational Community – an essential ingredient
The different generations each have something important to contribute in addressing the climate crisis. And when they come together in the right way, the sum is greater than the parts.
Challenge and possibility in teaching about climate change – beyond the science
Effective teaching about climate change extends far beyond science. And we must support teachers in this critical work.
Adventures big and small
A few of our favorite adventures for time outdoors as a family.
Climate Anxiety and Depression
Anxiety and depression about the climate crisis are rationale reactions. Therapists from around the globe have tips for how to stay engaged and mentally sound.
Humane Education – educating solutionaries
An education modality to prepare empowered, insightful and kind solution-makers focused systemic change for the most good.