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 and...
Learn about eco-anxiety and climate narratives, and write your personal climate story as a way to steady yourself, build climate confidence, and find a community of support.
A newsletter about staying sane in the climate and wider ecological crisis.
Feeling eco-anxious? Here are some quick tips. Take a deep breath. Smile. Reach out to others. Remember: you’re not alone, you’re not powerless, you can start wherever you are.
My Climate Story is a tool for teachers, parents, and kids who are learning about climate change. It outlines an 8-part lesson plan for exploring our climate stories, geared at grade 3-5, but adaptable for all ages.
This book and its companion kit encourage us to acknowledge our feelings in order to find our own place within the climate movement.
A rhyming, rhythmic, interfaith, inclusive twist to the turn in Santa’s story as his Arctic home melts.
NASA scientists answer some of the biggest questions about climate change for kids.
A compilation of practical art How-to’s for organizing and actions
Climate change is impacting kids healthy psychological development – here’s what we can do to help.
We believe in a safe climate and a better future — a just, prosperous, and equitable world built with the power of ordinary people. Help us get there!
Why should you tell your eco-anxious story? Tap into your narrative power.