Ingrid Kastens, Board Chair of Dogwood, recently wrote an interesting article called “What is Eco-Anxiety? 10 Simple Ideas to Manage Climate Change & Your Stress” for 365give.
What is the climate crisis? What is eco-anxiety? Why does it matter? What are the symptoms and how can we manage it?
Please follow the link to Ingrid’s great suggestions for those times when you want to do something about the climate crisis, but what?
About the Author
Ingrid Kastens feels privileged to live, work, and play in Vancouver, Canada, on the traditional, unceded, ancestral territory of the Coast Salish peoples. She has spent her life contributing to community, both personally and professionally, as te former CEO of an award winning (47 awards) not-for-profit and now as a consultant dedicated to making the world a better place through volunteering and activism. Ingrid is an enthusiastic reader and writer who loves the outdoors and experiential learning through travel.
About GTEC – Climate Distress Services and the False Creek Climate Response Centre
GTEC is partnered with SFU’s Mental Health and Climate Change Alliance to study young people’s thoughts on the climate crisis. Following the study, GTEC will develop climate distress services based on what young people actually want and need, and deliver these programs at the False Creek Climate Response Centre.
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