Deep Adaptation

A Climate of Change: A Therapeutic Response to Climate Change

This article was submitted by Joshua Alexander, a member of a newly formed Deep Adaptation Forum in the Coaching and Counseling group. This is a fine example of how many different disciplines intersect in this exploration of how humanity will cope and adapt as we face the collapse of Earth and human systems. Dean Walker…

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A Care Package for Climate Grief – Mary Annaïse Heglar

Feel Something, Learn Something, Do Something: A Care Package for Climate Grief Mary Annaïse Heglar Oct 22, 2018 About two weeks ago, I wrote about my personal journey through climate grief and mourning. The response to that piece, including its subsequent publication in Vox, has been overwhelming to say the very least. Humbling in all…

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Climate Inaction: Denial or Design – Louise LeBrun

Climate Inaction: Denial or Design? February 6, 2019 by Louise LeBrun Leave a Comment (Read this article on Louise’s site) To others, I leave the task of the clarion call. The task of identifying all that is not right in the world. The task of naming the forces that will move us closer and closer…

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Hope and Vision in the Face of Collapse – Jem Bendell

(To read this article on Jem Bendell’s Blog Site)   “People need hope, Jem.” “It’s really important to have a vision of a better future, Jem” As someone who worked in environmental campaigning and then organizational change, I learned about the role of hope and vision in helping to align and motivate people. As someone…

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