The intention of this group blog is to create online dialogue regarding our daily commitment to learn, research, participate in, and explore the different perspectives regarding global climate change. We are graduate students at Antioch University Seattle in the Ecopsychology program. Guided by our instructor, the four of us are studying the psychology of climate change. One of the most important aspects of this topic is understanding where personal and individual beliefs, perspectives, and visions stem from. We’ll blog about reactions to research findings and emotions that spring forth from knowing what we know and do not know. We will engage in topics ranging from scientific findings to public opinions and the politics that surround both, as well as our local, individual experiences with weather and climatic phenomenon that humanity, as well as all Others, is currently breathing in. We would like to invite all to participate in our journey by reading, commenting, and sharing about ‘Today’s Weather.’ Sharing individual experiences and knowledge is important, yet the phenomenon of climate change is collective. It boosts the meaning of interconnection to the brim of experience.
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