Dr Sally Gillespie is a lecturer and workshop facilitator, member of the Climate Psychology Alliance and the author of Climate Crisis and Consciousness: Re-imagining our world and ourselves.
As ice melts, bushfires, heatwaves and cyclones intensify, many grapple with the question of “what kind of hope, if any, can I hold as climate catastrophe deepens?” To answer this question, we need to not only accept the realities of worsening climate destructions, but also re-examine the nature and agency of hope in the face Continue reading »
Good climate reporting informs us about the complex consequences of a heating planet. In order to also act as a catalyst for change, climate campaigners need to acknowledge the complex emotional responses their stories stir while highlighting avenues for personal and collective action. Continue reading »