The Psychology of Climate Action
Are you a climate activist? Maybe you’ve heard it said, “Anxiety is our superpower….” But what happens when anxiety leads to despair and hopelessness?
Join our May Community Connector webinar for a conversation about how faith, spiritual practices, and community can be sources of support and meaning as we face the psychological impacts of long-term climate change.
Dr. Teddie Potter, Director of Planetary Health at the University of Minnesota’s School of Nursing, along with Dr. Julia Nerbonne, MNIPL’s Executive Director, will talk about how we can refocus our climate anxiety and build powerful networks that can help us find joy, meaning, and resilience.
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All are welcome to attend MNIPL’s Community Connector webinars! On the 1st Tuesday of each month, we deepen into a different topic related to climate justice. Through shared learning and conversation, we hope you can feel more confident and empowered to help grow the climate movement. Whether it’s with a community of faith or spiritual practice, neighborhood group, circle of friends, etc., we are all community connectors!
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