Today’s world of climate change, pandemics and social uncertainty can evoke significant eco-anxiety, despair and helplessness. Blending on-line and community-based ‘authentic learning’ with eco-social pedagogies of active hope can empower students with agency, skills, and practical resources to participate in critical dialogue and explore local solutions for planetary and personal well-being.
This session is full.
Maureen Jack-LaCroix is an inspiring environmental educator with 17 years of professional experience, philosophical study and praxis. She has a Masters in Eco-Psychology through Naropa U., is a senior facilitator of Joanna Macy’s work, a PhD candidate at SFU/Education and the founder of non-profit Be the Change Earth Alliance.