"The way ahead will require not just the science of climate but the science of emotions, to help us balance apathy, fear and despair with efficacy, compassion and desire."
Sarah Jaquette Ray
Get a journal to help you process your climate emotions and to express gratitude, whether it's writing, painting or drawing.
Notice and slow down your breathing. Slowly inhale and slowly exhale.. Start with a minute and gradually add more time each day.
Talk with friends and family about your climate emotions.
Listen to nature sounds and music that support your sense of well-being, reduces stress, and makes you feel better.
Monitor your news consumption, both time and content. Seek out inspiring, positive stories of action and healing.
Learn and Act
Learn about climate justice issues. Create a vision of the world you want to live in. Find meaningful ways to you to use your skills to address the climate crisis, in your spheres of influence. Taking action also means taking care of ourselves and each other.