Support as we Navigate Climate Change
February 28, 2022
Our Simple & Kind Acts for Earth
Fourth Tuesday of each month
6:00-7:30 pm Central
Hosted on our Mighty Networks Online Community via Zoom
Come join our reflective, wintry atmosphere this Climate Café on Mighty Networks to talk about Our Simple & Kind Acts for Earth.
We will be uplifting each other about our positive acts for the Earth and explaining our philosophies behind them. Whether it be living in simplicity, active choices, or creating new habits; we welcome all to share and learn from each other.
This is your best opportunity to connect with a community that gets you, with folks who are experiencing many of the emotions that climate change has brought out in your heart and mind.
There is nothing for you to commit to except to gather your favorite beverage, a journal, find a comfortable spot with your Zoom window open, and just be you.
Each session will include facilitators from The Resilient Activist as well as a Climate-Aware Therapist to guide the conversations in ways that are supportive and nurturing.
Meet your friends. Speak your #ClimateTruth.
The idea is simple
Meet with other people and take turns expressing how climate and ecological breakdown makes you feel.
What is a Climate Café?
- A gathering of people meeting with facilitators to share their responses to the climate crisis – a thinking and feeling space.
- A confidential, warm, friendly, hospitable occasion – involving cake, hot drinks, maybe a glass of wine or beer.
- Talking about what our changing climate means for us, exploring whatever feelings we have.
- No lectures, no advice, no commitment, an action-free space. Come to one Climate Café or several.
- The focus is our thoughts and feelings about climate change, rather than what we’re doing about climate change.
Guidelines for a good Climate Café
- Take risks. Say what you really, actually feel. Whatever that is. This is the most important rule.
- We take it in turns to speak – be mindful of how much space you are taking up, and try not to interrupt others.
- We listen and are interested in each other’s views, and we don’t try to impose our own.
- Silence is fine. So is rage, and tears also have a place.