To ease climate anxiety, reconnect with the rythm of the seasons

Theresa Crimmins, 2019-2020 Fellow. This piece was first published in Scientific American. “Climate-related anxiety and depression is an increasingly common malady. Reestablishing a conscious awareness and a bodily connection with the ebb and flow of the seasons, by observing and documenting what’s happening outside our windows, is a grounding activity that can restore comfort.” […]

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