STARTING 2021 : 3-Day Online Course : Transforming Climate Distress to Action
ARE YOU READY TO TURN CLIMATE DISTRESS INTO CLIMATE ACTION?
START DATE: TBA
This course is under development and will be evaluated as a part of a research study. If you share your email you will learn more details about it and the eligibility for entry in January.
All courses conducted via Zoom, participants must have access to a device with Wi-Fi.
Learn from leading thinkers and scientists in the Climate Resilience community
In 2020, California skies turned orange as wildfire smoke drifted overhead, delivering a choking message that climate crisis is here and is affecting all of us. Together, we can address the distress of this time, and create meaningful change for the future generations to come.
Join Drs. Elissa Epel and Philippe Goldin, researchers at the University of California as they guide an online community toward building emotional resilience to our climate challenges and help you create individualized plans to make impact in your life and community.
This course is free and open to anyone age 18+ in the US who is interested in exploring how climate is impacting them, emotionally, and what to do about it.
To tackle the challenge of climate change, we must address the internal fears and distress that come along with the work. The facilitators of this course are experts in the biology, psychology and neuroscience of stress, and are passionate about sharing their knowledge to support others in becoming activated around climate change.
To keep our course free and open to the public, we are seeking sponsorship from individuals or organizations who are interested in supporting Climate Resilience education. For those interested in supporting, please contact us below.
For other questions and comments email AME.CENTER@UCSF.EDU