News & Updates
Come and explore your climate emotions and learn about the role our feelings play in building capacity for change.
Crowdsourcing Sustainability is hosting a virtual workshop February 21st at 1 pm EST with Story Strategist and Creator of Eco-Anxious Stories, Rachel Malena-Chan, to help you:
– Put eco-emotions into context so that you can respond to them with compassion.
– Craft your own personal “climate story” around the themes and characters that mobilize you.
– Communicate with others about the climate crisis from a place of personal clarity and empowerment.
– Apply story as a powerful tool for organizing, connecting, and changemaking.
Check out our workshop offerings for 2023-2024, and let us know how we can help bring the themes of eco-anxiety and storytelling to your community.
This 2-part storytelling workshop with Change Narrative and Eco-Anxious Stories will help you understand the power of your own voice on climate change.
Rachel and some friends were featured on Pinterest TV for Earth Day, doing self-care activities and talking about their experiences with eco-anxiety. Watch now and help bring attention to this important topic!
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Video now available for “Libraries in the Global Arena: Responding to the Climate Crisis”, a session where Rachel Malena-Chan presents about the concept of eco-anxiety and a framework for channeling uncomfortable climate emotions into meaningful action.
Rachel Malena-Chan, co-founder of Eco-Anxious Stories, sat down this past summer with Justin Fisher from Climate Justice Saskatoon to talk about her research and why she started the Eco-Anxious Stories project.