The climate crisis is not simply an environmental problem; it is a human problem. We have caused it, and only we can act to avert this emerging catastrophe. The human aspects of the crisis are preeminent, and a full response to the climate crisis must encompass the moral, emotional, psychological, and spiritual dimensions of this daunting new reality. Preserving a livable climate is a fundamentally moral and ethical challenge.
This video (available below in standard and extended versions) was prepared by members of the Cascadia Climate Collaborative, a program of the Whidbey Institute. Watch, then tell us: what feelings does this bring up in you? How can you be empowered to act?