Posts tagged Earth's Landscape
Five Lessons from the Mountain

I read things every day about how we're supposed to behave in the face of overwhelming social and environmental injustice. 

But what is the appropriate response to a melting Arctic, all-consuming wildfires, unprecedented floods and mass extinctions?

How do we react to immigrant children being caged and women denied basic rights?

It’s really hard to know what to do and how to go about doing it. But the mountains have much to teach us. Here are five invaluable mountain lessons for our times.

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Views from a Small Island: Fresh Perspectives on an Altered Landscape

Perhaps, like me, you’re still reeling from the election, scared for our world, and struggling to feel grateful in this season of giving thanks. So I want to share some insights gathered from the Psychology of Climate Change Conference I attended in London. What follows are some “notes from a small island,” that offer a smattering of fresh perspectives. They don’t solve the problems we face, but they might just give you new ways to think about them.

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