Follow the Feeling

Follow the Feeling

Befriending my eco-anxiety  Rachel created these worksheets for workshop participants and we wanted to share them with the wider Eco-Anxious Stories collective. We plan to create a stand-alone resource for the EAS library for each, but in the meantime, here’s a quick...
Panu Pihkala: Meaning and Eco-Anxiety

Panu Pihkala: Meaning and Eco-Anxiety

On meaning + eco-anxiety Eco-anxiety is a complex topic, and researchers help us understand climate emotions in a deeper way by creating models that explain different connection points. Panu Pihkala is an eco-anxiety researcher from Finland who has written extensively...
Learning to Live with Climate Change

Learning to Live with Climate Change

Embodied, affective, and relational practices   From the creators: Dwelling with grief, transforming ourselves, regenerating relationships, inspiring change, witnessing each other: these are the challenges of our times. Climate educator Blanche Verlie draws on...
Gen Dread

Gen Dread

Understanding & validating eco-distress Author and Stanford climate and mental health researcher Britt Wray processes her own eco-anxiety and eco-grief through her newsletter Gen Dread and shares her wisdom about harnessing eco-distress for meaningful change to...
How to Help A Child Dealing with Eco-Anxiety

How to Help A Child Dealing with Eco-Anxiety

Tips for kids with eco-anxiety When Mia Taylor struggled to soothe her son’s anxiety about climate change, she turned to the tools of her trade – research – for answers. Was it possible to provide comfort and hope? Could she find a way to be more...