Thinking about climate change, a global pandemic, and the state of the world can be overwhelming. There are a lot of emotions that can burden us and make everyday tasks seem daunting. If the term “climate anxiety” seems relevant to you or someone you know, join us for a workshop that will create space for us to learn more about eco-anxiety, tackle and navigate these emotions, and share resources to help us be positive agents of change.
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (MORSL) and the Environment Students’ Society (MESS) are collaborating to facilitate this workshop on climate anxiety on Thursday, November 26th from 11 AM - 12 PM. The event will be an interactive conversation held over Zoom. This workshop is free and open to all McGill students. Please register here to help us anticipate our audience needs and ensure a smooth online experience.