Doctors Without Borders Collaboration

Doctors Without Borders Collaboration

Global eco-anxiety stories In our first episode of the MSF Eco-Anxiety Podcast, our host Rachel Malena-Chan speaks with Canadian physician Reza Eshaghian about his experience providing medical care overseas in areas impacted by conflict. Reza shares how his own...
Indigenous Climate Action

Indigenous Climate Action

Get connected Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) is an Indigenous-led organization guided by a diverse group of Indigenous knowledge keepers, water protectors and land defenders from communities and regions across the country. We believe that Indigenous Peoples’ rights...
Climate Doom to Messy Hope

Climate Doom to Messy Hope

Theory to practice From the UBC Climate Hub “This theory-to-practice handbook is grounded in a commitment to fostering deeper understandings and connections to how we can support mindful and proactive navigation of magnifying climate change impacts on individual...
I DUNNO

I DUNNO

A word from the maker “I think most of us who’ve felt grief and anxiety over the climate crisis have felt very isolated in those feelings at some point. Going about daily activities and making small talk feels empty and discordant when ecological collapse...
8 Reasons to Tell Your Story

8 Reasons to Tell Your Story

Stories change us Why should you tell your eco-anxious story? Here are 8 reasons to tap into your narrative power. 1. Stories are human The climate story is about way more than molecules. It’s got a whole cast of characters. When you share the meaning of the...