Climate action is tough. We all know we need global and national climate policies and market dynamics to create the systemic change we need to solve the climate crisis. After #Cop26, it's clear that nations aren't moving fast enough to address this "code red for humanity." This work is not for the faint of heart. It's also hard to keep focused when you begin to think about the enormity of the climate emergency. Many people get frustrated and think they are a drop in the bucke
A call for climate policy solutions that begin with YOU. A new report shows that mental health should factor into #COP26 negotiations and policy action at every level - from the home to communities to national & international action. Mental Health and Our Changing Climate, released today by the American Psychological Association & ecoAmerica, features the effects of climate change on mental health, the inequitable impacts, and how policymakers can respond. The report notes, "
Can you hear the bagpipes? Are your kilts ready? Are you watching Outlander on repeat? Is your IPCC report ready? Are you psyched about learning more about the countries "Nationally Determined Contributions" to cut global warming? Are you ready to see real action from the international community on climate? Of course you are. You know why? Because. . . (And, if you don't know the steamy romance mini-series Outlander, no worries. Know that that it's set on the Scottish moor