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Ways to Mitigate Climate Anxiety

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Climate change first entered the general public's vocabulary on a conceptual level, but as we continue to witness record-breaking wildfires and storms, it looms much larger for people who experience the fallout in their daily lives. This collective feeling has taken on various labels, from "eco-anxiety" to "climate grief". 

On this edition of PEACE TALKS RADIO, we hear three perspectives on climate anxiety. We begin with Frances Roberts-Gregory, an environmental sociologist who investigates the intersections between sustainability and social justice. Then, we meet Peter Fimrite, who covers the environment for the San Francisco Chronicle and was on the ground reporting during the monumental California wine country wildfires in 2017.  We close with Monique Verdin, an artist and storyteller who has documented environmental damages to her ancestral land in coastal Louisiana. Sarah Holtz hosts.