What is the emotional toll of climate change?

Are you interested in learning more about the next topic in the Center for Ethics (CFE) event series, “Environmental Grief & Climate Anxiety: Moving from Angst to Action”? Here is a list of readings, compiled from library resources and the web, to aid in thinking about the emotional impact of ecological disruption which will be addressed by Jennifer Atkinson at the next CFE event on February 4th.

Jennifer Atkinson – Readings

Atkinson, Jennifer. “Addressing Climate Grief Makes You a Badass, Not a Snowflake.” High Country News, 29 May 2018.

Atkinson, Jennifer. Gardenland : Nature, Fantasy, and Everyday Practice. University of Georgia Press, 2018. Available: Trexler Library Main Collection.

Atkinson, Jennifer. “Seeds of Change: The New Place of Gardens in Contemporary Utopia.” Utopian Studies 18, no. 2 (June 2007): 237-260.

Long, Katherine. “Feeling It: UW Bothell Class Helps Students Face Emotional Impact of a Warming Planet.” The Seattle Times, 13 Mar. 2018.

About this list

Kelly Cannon, Humanities & Business Librarian, compiles supplemental reading lists for each speaker on the Center for Ethics schedule. Look for readings to be posted on the library blog about one week before each speaker’s visit.

The Center for Ethics has announced the speakers and event schedule for Spring 2019. Read about it here.

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