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Zoey and Anna talk about how the climate crisis makes people feel helpless and hopeless, and how they can cope with those feelings. They also discuss how neighborhoods can foster cohesion and resilience in the face of the climate crisis.
On Wednesday, November 11, Carolyn and I talked about the climate crisis and how people cope with its effects. Specifically, we touched on how the climate crisis contributes to one's directed attention fatigue, how coping methods can help individuals navigate...
We discussed how to cope with the climate crisis and some recommendations on different places we can go to cope with the climate crisis anxiety.
We discussed ways to cope with the climate crisis through elements such as being in nature and also the influence of environmental stewardship.
We discuss how climate change can impact stress and directed attention fatigue and how that may influence our ability to address the climate crisis. In addition, we discussed how we can shape our environments and our behavior to cope with...
Izzy and Lily discuss ways of managing climate anxiety through the lens of their Behavior and the Environment course. Specifically, they talk about the power of nature as medicine and the importance of access to green space to civic resilience.
Destiny and Riley touch on the relationships between attention, stress, and the climate crisis and resource descent. They also discuss how coping mechanisms can be used to improve resilience and the well-being of everyday people. Many of these concepts are...
Lily goes into great depth on how we can prepare now for the climate crisis and best practices on how to cope personally and with community.
We discussed how Tianyi's professional development is impacted by resource decent and how this change impacts his family back home in China. We also discussed how his family and home community promote mental health.
In this interview we discussed the current climate crisis and its effects on well-being and mental health. We then discussed coping strategies and effective techniques in responding to the climate crisis.
Emily Jinerson interviews Mia Sinks concerning preparation for the climate emergency and how class material from environmental psychology 360 ties into this.
Amanda and Andie discuss the ways in which the climate crisis has impacted them and others, and the coping mechanisms they have used to deal with these challenges.
Allison Ko and Austin Remick, two Behavior and Environment students at the University of Michigan, discuss the climate emergency, their efforts to combat it, and how they handle the stress it brings us.
Basia and Carmen discuss dealing with attention fatigue and stress when dealing with the climate crisis and resource descent, as well as strategies to cope and create neighborhood restorative spaces.
Hao interviewed Colleen about the climate crisis and resource descent experienced in recent years and ways of coping that can be used to deal with those issues.
Christian and I discussed a little on the climate crisis and how attention fatigue can heighten with the stress and unknowingness of the crisis, as well as ways of restoring fatigue and coping with the crisis. Christian gave great insight...
This was a discussion about limited change and resource descent. Mackenzie shares her recommendations for coping with uncertainty and reducing fatigue.
Sarah and Hannah discussed how the Behavior & Environment course concepts, such as directed attention, attention restoration, practicing mindfulness, and coping apply to their own lives as students and professionals, as well as how the appropriate management of these tools...
Nicole and I have a conversation regarding the climate crisis and resource descent. Drawing from both personal experience and class materials, Nicole shares her findings on how to keep calm and carry on.
Erin interviews Maisy on the emotional and mental challenges of the climate crisis from her perspective as a young environmental justice and sustainability professional. Maisy discusses how resource dissent and the climate emergency and stress/anxiety about these issues are tied...
Sarah and Glenn discuss the importance of collaborating with and speaking to others about the importance of sustainability and eco-friendly actions. We also discuss the positive internal benefits of voluntarily changing behaviors to address climate change and how this can...
Ryan has a conversation with Miriam who is the recipient of the PHC 2021 VIA award, how she approaches her work and engages with clients to assist them in improving their health with an enhanced quality of life.
Alicia shared her take on the climate crisis and resource descent narrative and how it was a source of stress and fatigue. She also shared some of the coping mechanisms she uses around her including taking walks around her house....
In this interview, University of Michigan student Angelena Rose discusses what she does in order to emotionally cope with the climate crisis. She provides her opinion on the climate crisis, as well as what others can do in order to...
Makenzie McIntyre (21) talks with Indira (19) about the climate emergency. Topics covered include the effect of the climate change/resource descent on directed attention fatigue/stress, coping mechanisms, and the emotional challenges that are posed due to the climate emergency.