Upcoming event – Living with the climate crisis which provides group support and routes to action for those struggling with the climate crisis.
Do take a look at the materials on the new Living with the climate crisis website, join us for the launch, and circulate to your networks.
Join us for the online launch of Living with the climate crisis on Monday 17 April 19.00-20.30 UK time – book here.
This new project is run by the Climate Psychology Alliance on a new dedicated website, https://livingwiththeclimatecrisis.org, where you can view, read and download the new materials free.
At the launch, authors Rosemary Randall, Rebecca Nestor, Daniela Fernandez-Catherall and Andy Brown will introduce the new materials, talk about the thinking behind the project, and answer your questions.
The new materials provide guidance for a series of group meetings which help people respond to the climate crisis, both personally and collectively. They focus on:
- support and understanding
- finding pathways to carbon reduction and community and political action
The groups provide a space for people to talk, to share, to express what they feel and to reflect. They offer tools, ideas and skills. They emphasise our shared humanity, our interdependence and the need for a collective response. They are rooted in psychological understandings of our distress, of our difficulties in communication and of each person’s need to find a place in a bewildering array of possibilities for action.
This launch event is part of the ongoing support and development that the Climate Psychology Alliance will provide to facilitators who wish to use the materials and run groups.
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