If you follow my social media, you have probably seen me talking and asking questions about climate change. Questions of how we can build resilient communities that do not cast aside marginalized people or the more-than-human worlds have been on my mind. Apparently, I’m not alone.
These conversations have led to the launch of a new project. Deepening Resilience: Earth-based Responses to Climate Change is a platform for pagans, polytheists, animists, and spiritual practitioners to discuss building resilient earth-centered communities in this time of the great turning.
We are setting roots on March 1, 2019, as a community blog project with seven topics over 12 weeks. The topics ask questions around how you define resilience, ecological grief, preparedness, and how to work with the spirits of place in addressing climate change. Hope you’ll join the conversation.