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‘We Know What the Solutions Look Like. All We Have to Do Is Grasp Them’

By Phoebe Weston, Patrick Greenfield — 2019

Ellen MacArthur, Mya-Rose ‘Birdgirl’ Craig, Chris Packham, Ridhima Pandey and other environmental voices on their hopes and fears for biodiversity in the next 10 years

Read on www.theguardian.com

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What Will You Say to Your Grandchildren?

Facing oncoming climate disaster, some argue for “Deep Adaptation”—that we must prepare for inevitable collapse. However, this orientation is dangerously flawed. It threatens to become a self-fulfilling prophecy by diluting the efforts toward positive change.

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Why Bother?

Why bother? That really is the big question facing us as individuals hoping to do something about climate change, and it’s not an easy one to answer.

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Prosocial World

Thinking more explicitly about cultural catalysis can help to accomplish in years what otherwise would require decades or not take place at all. As we experiment with cultural catalysis, we need to make it fast and benign rather than fast and pathological for the common good.

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How to Cultivate Equanimity Regardless of Your Circumstances

A calm mind and even temper can help make peace with life’s difficulties.

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‘Hijacked by Anxiety’: How Climate Dread Is Hindering Climate Action

A growing school of psychologists believe the trauma of the climate crisis is a key barrier to change in that it paralyzes people into inaction.

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Telling people to ‘follow the science’ won’t save the planet. But they will fight for justice

The climate emergency has clear themes with heroes and villains. Describing it this way is how to build a movement.

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Climate Action: Fear Hasn’t Motivated People, so Let’s Get Them Excited

To create excitement for the climate movement, we must create actionable incentives.

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How to Combat Eco-Anxiety Through Self-Care and Climate Action

The American Psychiatric Association describes eco-anxiety as “a chronic fear of environmental doom.” Sound familiar? You or your loved ones experiencing eco-anxiety are not alone! Keep reading for our tips on combating eco-anxiety through acts of self-care and climate action.

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Anxiety and Grief Comes with Climate Change

The environmental movement is doing more to address the psychological toll on activists and volunteers, encouraging resilience and self-care to counteract anxiety and grief over planetary damage.

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This Brutal Creature Is Wiping Out Everything Besides Itself

From the standpoint of almost every other living thing, humans, with a strategy of economic growth at all costs, have become a kind of hybrid deadly fungus, predatory lender and concentration camp management agency.

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