Talking about climate emotions is a powerful political act.
It also makes you feel better.
Millions of Americans are “alarmed” by the Climate Emergency. But most of us don’t talk about it! We keep our grief, fear, and rage to ourselves. This spiral of silence keeps us lonely and powerless.
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How It Works
Connect with people who understand
You’ll join a group of 3 other climate alarmed individuals from across the country and around the world.
Hear from an expert
Learn about the importance of feeling and listening to your climate emotions with guided videos from clinical psychologist and climate activist Margaret Klein Salamon.
Keep the conversation going
After your conversation, you’ll feel better equipped to have better climate conversations with your family and friends, breaking the spiral of silence that exists around the climate emergency.
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Connect, share with, and learn from other people who are feeling the same way you are. Emerge feeling connected, more resilient, and even hopeful.
Why Climate Emotions?
We need whole-self activism
The climate emergency is more than a “science” issue. It is an everything and everyone issue. And we need to approach it with everything we’ve got. Our emotions give us fuel for the fight for a safe, livable, and just climate.
About the creator
Psychologist and Activist
Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD works at the intersection of psychology and social movements.
Margaret founded The Climate Mobilization in 2014 and directed it until 2020. The Climate Mobilization pioneered the Climate Emergency Declaration Campaign, which has now spread to over 1,800 global governments.