Thursday, November 17, 2022 12 pm to 1:30 pm ET
Our students are experiencing ever-increasing levels of eco-anxiety as they grapple with the realities of growing up in a climate crisis. How can we support students’ critical engagement with the complexities of climate justice and sustainability motivated by a sense of hopefulness about their future?
Join Dr. Kari Grain (UBC, author of Critical Hope) and Dr. Elin Kelsey (author of Hope Matters) for a panel discussion of the ways in which hope can be manifested to support students’ visioning and actions towards an equitable, just and sustainable planet.
This free webinar is part of an ongoing series by UofT’s Community of Practice on (transformative) Sustainability Pedagogies.
Dr. Kari Grain (UBC, author of Critical Hope)
Dr. Elin Kelsey (author of Hope Matters)
Trinity College Integrated Sustainability Initiative
School of the Environment, U of T
President’s Advisory Committee on the Environment, Climate Change, and Sustainability (CECCS)
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