Navigating Eco-Anxiety & Eco-Grief: An interview with Lindsay Coulter

Navigating Eco-Anxiety & Eco-Grief: An interview with Lindsay Coulter

Today I have prepared for you something very special: an interview with environmentalist, writer, and mother Lindsay Coulter, about eco anxiety and eco grief. I’m hoping that you find it useful in your own climate activism.

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20 ways to take the next step

20 ways to take the next step

I’m excited about this post, and I hope you like it! I’ve compiled 20 ways to take your environmentally friendly lifestyle to the next level. So, if you’ve been making Zero Waste swaps and want to do a bit more, this post is for you! If you’re already doing lots in your community, you may wish to share this post with your friends.

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Why libraries are cooler than you might think

Why libraries are cooler than you might think

What do libraries have to do with environmentalism? A ton! Trust me, public libraries are some of the coolest places and organizations—and librarians are some of the coolest people. I know this because, well, I am one (sort of)! 

I have my Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies from UBC, and although I don’t use my degree in my daily life (except by reading books to my son), I absolutely loved my time in grad school and learned so much.

If you haven’t been to your local library since story time as a kid, it’s time to pay it another visit. Keep reading to learn why you should definitely fall back in love with your local public library.

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