Existential Loneliness, The Climate Crisis, and Intrinsic Hope

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Date
2022-03-02
Main contributors
Atkinson, Jennifer; Ray, Sarah Jaquette; Shanahan, James; Filippelli, Gabriel; Miles, Emily
Summary
What if the science story and the emotion story are the same story? What could we do if we were to deconstruct the dualism of feeling and acting? In this episode, Sarah Jaquette Ray and Jennifer Atkinson walk us through their research on and experience with climate feelings, from grief to guilt to hope. We work on understanding how we can engage with emotions together to help us get into ever-better relationship with each other and the earth. 

Sarah Jaquette Ray's reflection on The Unbearable Whiteness of Climate Anxiety: https://gendread.substack.com/p/sarah-jaquette-ray-on-the-unbearable?utm_source=url&s=r

Jennifer Atkinson's Facing It podcast: https://www.drjenniferatkinson.com/facing-it
Publisher
The Media School at Indiana University
Genre
Interview
Subject
Environmentalism
Locations
Bloomington; Indiana
Collection
In This Climate Podcast
Unit
The Media School
Language
English
Rights Statement
In Copyright
Related Item
Leslie's website 
Other Identifier
Other: MSA.ITC.000124

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