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      Tori Tsui

      S1 Episode 1

      31 January, 2024

      It’s Not Just You: Mental Health and the Climate Crisis

      Tori Tsui, S1 Episode 1, 31 January, 2024

      Do you feel like your mental health is connected to the environmental health of your community and the planet? As Tori Tsui explains in her new book, It’s Not Just You - Navigating Eco-Anxiety and the Climate Crisis, the two are inseparable. We ARE nature and are impacted by the violence and destruction of colonial extractivism on our lands and communities.


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      Jeanine M. Canty

      S1 Episode 2

      30 January, 2024

      Returning the Self to Nature

      Jeanine M. Canty, S1 Episode 2, 30 January, 2024

      Clinical narcissism is a psychological condition which stems from a lack of self-confidence, compensated by an overinflated ego. Collective narcissism expands this idea, arguing that our collective anxiety is rooted in a pervasive, societal narcissism, fostered by the Western capitalist notion of survival through individualist consumption. The alternative is reconnection, remembering that we are a part of the natural world.

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      Vanessa Andreotti

      S1 Episode 3

      31 January, 2024

      Hospicing Modernity: Facing Humanity’s Wrongs and the Implications for Social Activism

      Vanessa Andreotti, S1 Episode 3, 31 January, 2024

      What is modernity? The modern age is characterized specifically by capitalism, consumerism, and individualism as well as the destruction of the planet and natural world by human behavior. Rather than trying to escape the grief and violence we have caused, instead it’s necessary to face it, grieve it, and make space for the unimaginable potential that follows.

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      Anne Therese Gennari

      S1 Episode 4

      22 February, 2024

      Communicating Climate Action with The Climate Optimist

      Anne Therese Gennari, S1 Episode 4, 22 February, 2024

      How do we become climate optimists? What is the relationship between optimism and climate action? By acknowledging that with change comes opportunity and there is a vast potential for large scale social change and individual behavior change. To sustain ourselves in this fight we must be inclusive, welcoming, and accept imperfection.

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      Osprey Orielle Lake

      S1 Episode 5

      22 February, 2024

      The Story Is In Our Bones: How Worldviews and Climate Justice Can Remake a World in Crisis

      Osprey Orielle Lake, S1 Episode 5, 22 February, 2024

      What are worldviews and why are they important in climate justice? Many of today’s contemporary worldviews of capitalism, colonialism, and patriarchy create a sense of ‘power over’ the planet and other people. Instead, we must compost these worldviews to create a new worldview focused on respect, reciprocity and regeneration. Indigenous worldviews are fundamental to this work, as many root us in our relationship to the land, the living earth, and the cosmos.