Month: July 2020

Ecological grief and anxiety: the start of a healthy response to climate change?

The next 10 years are a crucial decade for the world. Ecological grief and anxiety over current losses or anticipated future change are a sign of relationship with, or connection to, the natural world. What is needed are accessible and safe spaces to explore these difficult emotional reactions and the political will to ensure that important strategies and supports are funded.

CAPE: Healthy Recovery Plan For a Safe and Sustainable Future

Recently, organizations representing 40 million healthcare workers worldwide — two-thirds
of the global workforce — supported an open letter addressed to G20 leaders, calling upon
them to create a green and healthy recovery in order to support people through COVID-19
and its economic fallout, and prevent further crises related to climate change and planetary
decline.
This report represents a Made-in-Canada set of recommendations based on this call to action.