From Fatalist to Optimist

by | Feb 4, 2020 | inspiration & context

It’s all too easy to be overwhelmed by the enormity of the climate crisis, but researchers have found that spending time in nature is just as necessary for activists as it is for the people they’re trying to reach. In an article entitled “Nature-based Therapy is an Antidote to Climate Fatalism” (published in Southwest Journal, Southwest Minneapolis’ Community Newspaper), Mira Klein explores the ways in which climate activists are finding strength in nature.

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