I realized the current work I do doesn't reach the amount of people needed to create a safe and healthy future. I acknowledged also my small ethical actions didn't amount up to much in the grand scheme of the climate change action required. I am researching emotions about climate change for my Ms in Applied Ecopsychology and how we can sustain ourselves to be active, productive and hopeful and empowered.    


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I am an Ecopsychologist with an interest in how we maintain our well-being and resilience regarding Climate Change projections. My work is with environmental education, food security, permaculture lifestyles as well as the psychological impacts of climat
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