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Archive for ‘Parents, Children & Climate’
Thinking about climate change
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.
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.
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.
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.
Is “parenting” as we have come to understand it really that good of an idea? Alison Gopnik’s work turns to human development and evolutionary biology to examine how parents actually impact children. Her findings are hugely relevant to our approach as parents (or any type of caregiver) in a time of climate change.
COVID-19, Climate Change and an opportunity
Over the weekend, a friend and I were discussing (what else?!) coronavirus and how best to navigate the space we […]
The stories we tell
Last summer, in a little independent bookshop in Nova Scotia, we stumbled upon a new book – The Girl and […]
Resources for exploring anti-racism and climate change, on your own and with young people.
As our country reverberates with a deep, long overdue reckoning with structural racism, I wanted to share resources I’ve found […]