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Webinar: Climate Change, Eco-anxiety and Habits of Hope

April 25 @ 1:00 pm 2:30 pm EDT

Forest fires, floods, droughts, severe storms, deforestation, pollution. Across Canada, people face the terrible impacts of ecological destruction and climate crises. No matter how different people are impacted by environmental destruction or the climate crisis, these experiences can cause high levels of anxiety for everyone. What are faithful responses to eco-anxiety?

Join the Rev. Dr. Pamela McCarroll as we consider how we can intentionally cultivate habits of hope while facing the climate crisis.

Presenter: Rev. Dr. Pamela McCarroll is Vice Principal and Jane and Geoffrey Chair of Practical Theology at Emmanuel College. She is an ordained minister in The Presbyterian Church in Canada, registered with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and recognized by the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care. Her primary research focus includes climate trauma, eco-anxiety and re-imagining theology through earth-centered practices.

This event is organized by The Presbyterian Church in Canada and in support of the work of the faith-based climate-justice coalition For the Love of Creation. The webinar will be recorded. You can register to attend or receive the recording.

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