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Climate Journal Project

Transitioning away from planetary grief, together

locations

Online
USA

problem+solution

Eco-anxiety
vs
journaling

Depression and anxiety is more prevalent in society than ever. Research shows that one of the top 5 leading causes that contribute to people experiencing anxiety is climate change. The Climate Journal Project aims to bring people together while addressing climate anxiety and what can be done to help it. By creating a space for people to discuss, journal and find solace, The Climate Journal Project helps facilitate the move from hopelessness to action.

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Join

Feeling overwhelmed? Join a reflection and journaling session

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Grow

Use their online resources to reflect, grow and learn

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Journal

Receive weekly journal prompts via their newsletter

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Share

Share your experience with the Climate Journal Project

Perfect for...

Those experiencing climate grief and eco anxiety

Our Honest Opinion

Eco anxiety and planetary grief is a common feeling in the environmental movement. We love how the Climate Journal Project has created a space to discuss, journal, build community and reflect over shared emotions and experience to turn grief into action.

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