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. Join us!
Our aim in establishing this space is to deepen public understanding about the diverse impacts and experiences of bushfire in Australia, including the many ways that individuals and communities have sought to respond to and recover from these events.
ICA works on connecting and supporting Indigenous communities to reinforce our place as leaders driving climate change solutions for today and tomorrow.
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.
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.
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.