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Charlotte and Mia discuss the topics of attention fatigue, stress, neighborhood elements, and coping methods and how they relate to the climate crisis and resource descent. Charlotte reveals techniques she uses to cope with climate change anxiety and how she...
Brian answers interview questions about his time and takeaways from Psych 362. Topics covered include: behavioral inertia, moral foundation theory, informational models, and the importance of procedural knowledge accompanying calls to action.
Interview with Ann Arbor resident Josh Pasek about his community’s efforts to successfully achieve A2Zero’s 2030 goals
We discussed how the climate crisis and resource descent relates to attention fatigue and stress. Andrew shared his insights about how people can cope with the anxiety brought about the climate crisis, and technic that he has used personally.
Mark shares his perspective on collective neighborhood behaviors that have led to more environmentally friendly land use in Ann Arbor as of 2030. In 2024, neighbors started with designating a community lawn mower; this then inspired blocks to begin sharing...
We discussed the climate emergency and resource descent and their impacts on attention and stress. We included ways that individuals and communites can cope with these stressors, from personal experience and academic sources.
Remington and Jillian talk about preparing for the climate crisis and what we can do on an individual and community level to cope with rising levels of stress and anxiety associated with it.
Samantha van Putten (19) discusses the coming climate emergency with Shawn Sheffield (47) and Tim Sheffield (47). Tim and Shawn live 15 minutes north of Los Angeles and talk about dealing with wildfires, water shortages, and why community and individual...
The difference between local food consumption in the US vs the EU. We Also discussed the importance of community and smaller scale markets vs supermarkets.
Maria addresses all of the gun legislation and prevention measures from Moms Demand Action point of view.
Seth talks with his classmate Sophia about coping with the climate crisis on a micro-level. They also talk about neighborhood preparations that can be made.
Lydia Miller: 2022-02-01 01:33:18. Lydia and her mother, Dana discuss how, in the year 2030, Dana's neighborhood might have addressed, and successfully responded to the climate crisis. Dana talks about the challenges in making changes, and why the changes were...
Hao and I discussed how the climate crisis has an effect on our own lives in regards to attention and stress. We also talked about coping mechanisms to help anxiety surrounding climate change.
Ron Nakao [no age given] talks to his colleague Jane Fry [no age given] about their work with ICPSR, the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
My mom and I talk about how she has prepared for climate emergencies, as well as any advice to my generation on how to prepare.
Best friends Mohammed Charara (22) and Nora Sharba (20) compare their upbringings in different parts of Michigan and talk about their sense of belonging in the Arab-American community. The two remember meeting at the University of Michigan, studying together, and...
Anna and her dad have an interesting conversation about the climate crisis...
A discussion focused on local food consumption with conversation surrounding family traditions, future intentions, and current association with local foods. Also taking a look at what future generations can do to increase the accessibility to local foods.
Christina talks about coming out as a transgender woman twice, with a 30-year interval back in the closet.
Rory Caygill-Walsh (42) and Stephanie Perron (41) describe each other as one another's "person." They talk about the support they've shown one another and discuss the meaning of loss and grief.
We discussed how Olivia’s relationship with local food has changed as she’s grown up and moved to a different city. We also addressed common barriers that people face when trying to access local food.
In this conversation, Shivani and Anjali discuss the work that has taken place over the past 10 years to get us where we are today in 2030. Shivani provides some insight into building up local food systems.
A short interview with my dad about his immigration to the US in the late 50’s and his time living in Detroit during the 1967 riots
A student and teacher sit down one afternoon after a piano lesson to talk about life. Two generations come together to explore piano and politics, life and death.