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Alicia and Bev discuss the necessary preparations for a climate emergency that we are currently doing and those which we should be doing.
CSA’s that didn’t go according to plan and the benefits of the local food system beyond that of the actual food.
We talk about ambiguity of what the climate emergency means to us and how it is difficult to conceptualize what the future will look like. Madison discusses personal methods of reflection and how lessons can be taken from the current...
We talked about family culture. Mainly about my moms side where they focused on a lot of cars.
Tamiko was born in Japan in 1933. She shares what it was like to go from a comfortable life as a young child to living in a war torn country and learning to survive and thrive by her wits.
I sat down with my roommate Catherine to discuss her family’s relationship with local food and her thoughts about the importance of eating locally in promoting sustainability.
In this we discuss how local food has impacted Alicia’s life and how she has strived to support local food in Ann Arbor. She begins by discussing how her family immigrated from Italy and how local food was very community-based...
We talk about local food consumption, traditions that are followed and how local context situations can turn into a funny story
Be (83) talks with Selene (12) about her life and her journey from a small town on the gulf coast of Mississippi in 1935 to Ann Arbor Michigan, 2018.
Catrin, Daniel and Ellen Koselka's interview of their great aunt, Marnee Burke DeVine, first cousin to John and Robert Kennedy. Marnee discusses growing up with her cousins, her work on their presidential campaigns, her marriage to John DeVine and her...
Tessa Holz: 2021-11-18 21:24:20 Tessa Holz (20) talks to her classmate Corryn Hilligan (18) about dealing with the stress and fatigue caused by the climate crisis.
Brad Becker interviews Michael Kantor about his thoughts on climate change and resource decent. Michael discusses how he and others can cope with the effects.
Alli Kasparek (21) talks with Will Dormer (21) about how the climate change and resource descent problems affect a neighborhood's resilience and contribute to feelings of attentional fatigue and stress. They discuss possible solutions to the feelings of anxiety, including...
Taras and Isabel discuss the associations with stress and attention fatigue that the climate crisis has. Coping mechanisms, and emotional challenges were also discussed.
Morgan discusses the personal impacts of the climate crisis and how it impacts her mental health, induces stress, and reduces her attentional capacity for other things. We then discuss effective ways to deal with the exacerbated stress and cope with...
Victoria Cheung and Sipeng Zhang, classmates in the University of Michigan's SEAS program, discuss the climate crisis and what coping techniques can help with this challenge.
Alli Kasparek (21) talks with team member, Mrinalini Gupta (20), about ways for people to cope with climate change, resource descent, and the climate anxiety created by both. Alli shares the power of engagement and active living in coping with...
Sam shared different ways that he copes with stress or anxiety surrounding the climate crisis. We discussed feasible ways that individuals can take action in the present moment to promote their well-being and combat attentional fatigue. Sam suggested that neighborhoods...
Here, we talk about what's going on with local food in Ann Arbor and share our thoughts and memories about food.
Dawn and Kiana Lindsay discuss how communities can take action to be more climate resilient.
John Dann and Arlene Shy talk with Angela Oonk about their memories of working at the William L. Clements Library. John Dann was Curator of Manuscripts from 1972 to 1977 and Director from 1977 to 2007. Arlene Shy was a...