Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action
This book acquaints us with the realities of climate change and its accompanying grief, liberating us to cope and define our next steps toward a sustainable future.

Penetrating our hearts and minds, climate grief is not an ailment we have to heal from but a call to change the trajectory of our shared future. The universality, urgency, and inescapable scope of climate change leads to a depth of grief we are not prepared to cope with, and a grief that is still largely unknown and ignored. Climate change and climate grief are inseparable, and coping with the emotional fallout of the climate crisis is our first step toward dealing with the crisis itself and to building resilience. From looking inward at our own grief, and emerging with the motivation needed to make lifestyle changes and inspire others, the reader is invited to create a plan for building personal and planetary resilience. The planet can’t be healed by few people working out of despair but by many people working out of hope, care, and an openness to learn.
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Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action
This book acquaints us with the realities of climate change and its accompanying grief, liberating us to cope and define our next steps toward a sustainable future.

Penetrating our hearts and minds, climate grief is not an ailment we have to heal from but a call to change the trajectory of our shared future. The universality, urgency, and inescapable scope of climate change leads to a depth of grief we are not prepared to cope with, and a grief that is still largely unknown and ignored. Climate change and climate grief are inseparable, and coping with the emotional fallout of the climate crisis is our first step toward dealing with the crisis itself and to building resilience. From looking inward at our own grief, and emerging with the motivation needed to make lifestyle changes and inspire others, the reader is invited to create a plan for building personal and planetary resilience. The planet can’t be healed by few people working out of despair but by many people working out of hope, care, and an openness to learn.
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Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action

Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action

Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action

Climate Grief: From Coping to Resilience and Action

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This book acquaints us with the realities of climate change and its accompanying grief, liberating us to cope and define our next steps toward a sustainable future.

Penetrating our hearts and minds, climate grief is not an ailment we have to heal from but a call to change the trajectory of our shared future. The universality, urgency, and inescapable scope of climate change leads to a depth of grief we are not prepared to cope with, and a grief that is still largely unknown and ignored. Climate change and climate grief are inseparable, and coping with the emotional fallout of the climate crisis is our first step toward dealing with the crisis itself and to building resilience. From looking inward at our own grief, and emerging with the motivation needed to make lifestyle changes and inspire others, the reader is invited to create a plan for building personal and planetary resilience. The planet can’t be healed by few people working out of despair but by many people working out of hope, care, and an openness to learn.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781590567166
Publisher: Lantern Publishing & Media
Publication date: 09/26/2023
Pages: 190
Sales rank: 1,063,173
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Shawna Weaver is an experienced ecotherapist with advanced degrees in psychology, school counseling, and sustainability education. Throughout her career she has worked with teens, witnessing their grief about their future on a dying planet. She has written psychology and environmental education curricula for a variety of educational settings, including for the documentary The Last Pig. Her college level community engagement curriculum won international attention, and she has been regionally recognized as a community leader in social program development. She resides in Duluth, MN where she continues to empower youth to build a community that reflects their values for justice and sustainability.
 
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