Transforming Eco-Anxiety Pod: Making Eco-Choices
After July’s global heat in our new climate frontier, many people are intent on learning how to adapt their thinking, feeling, and behaving in order to build their capacity to be happy in the mid-21st century. One method for this process will be described in a meeting which emphasizes making choices, particularly eco-choices.
Pierre-Eric Sutter spent several years conducting thousands of interviews with people who had become completely demoralized after learning about collapsology by reading How Everything Can Collapse (P. Servigne) in 2015. It was a best seller in France that year. Sutter is an existential therapist. He noticed that many of the demoralized people were able to transform their state of being and generate positivity and happy living despite the collapses that they witnessed around them (climate, diversity, democracy, politics, supply chains, etc.). He discovered that some people had read the book, become thoroughly depressed, and then somehow worked through it all to become “transformed”. In 2020, with Loic Steffan, he wrote a book called N’ayez pas peur du collapse (Don’t Be Afraid of Collapse) about this phenomenon.
On the first Tuesday of each month, the Transforming Eco-Anxiety Pod cycles through the four aspects of transforming: being with change, making meaning, making choices, and engaging. After an initial overview of the ideas, the topic for September 5th will be making choices. This session will include two breakout-room opportunities as well as a general discussion. Join us for an engaging discussion.
Event Timezone Reference - United States
Registration Link - https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpde2uqj4sGtwz-w1PpJdQau5Imjfuf4xD
Robert Bell is a former elementary, middle school, and high school teacher. He has Life Science, Behavior Disorder, Emotional Disturbance, and Learning Handicapped credentials. He taught students from 8 to 17 years of age over 26 years and is a member of the Climate Coaching Alliance Youth and Education Pod.
Event Language - English
Posted By - Robert Bell
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org