Resilience

My Life in Collapse – Bodhi Paul Chefurka

Author of The Five Stages of Awareness (which is often quoted throughout the work of www.LivingResilience and Deep Academy), Bodhi Paul Chefurka offers another layer of his experience, dancing on the edge of collapse. March 28, 2019 I was recently asked to respond to a short email interview. My response seems like a nice summary…

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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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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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We Were Made for These Times – Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Read original posting. My friends, do not lose heart. We were made for these times. I have heard from so many recently who are deeply and properly bewildered. They are concerned about the state of affairs in our world now. Ours is a time of almost daily astonishment and often righteous rage over the latest…

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Deep Adaptation – Jem Bendell

Deep Adaptation:
A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy Occasional Papers IFLAS Occasional Paper 2 www.iflas.info July 27th 2018
Professor Jem Bendell BA (Hons) PhD _____________ On my website www.jembendell.com I will be listing some links to articles, podcasts, videos and social networks that are helping people explore and come to terms with a realisation of near term…

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Katie Hayes 2018- Climate Change & Mental Health Risks Impacts and Priority Actions

Background: This article provides an overview of the current and projected climate change risks and impacts to mental health and provides recommendations for priority actions to address the mental health consequences of climate change. Discussion and conclusion: The authors argue the following three points: firstly, while attribution of mental health outcomes to specific climate change…

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