Hope matters : why changing the way we think is critical to solving the environmental crisis

Title
Hope matters : why changing the way we think is critical to solving the environmental crisis

Author
Kelsey, Elin, author.

ISBN
9781771647779

Physical Description
229 pages ; 22 cm.

Contents
The power of expectation and belief -- The collateral damage of doom and gloom -- Hope is contagious -- Stories change -- The age of personalization -- We are not the only ones actively responding -- The strength of empathy, kindness, and compassion -- Trending hopeful.

Reading Level
1280 L Lexile

Subject Term
Climate change mitigation.
 
Climate change mitigation -- Psychological aspects.
 
Sustainable development.
 
Environmentalism.

Added Corporate Author
David Suzuki Institute.

Summary
"Hope Matters boldly breaks through the narrative of doom and gloom to show why evidence-based hope, not fear, is our most powerful tool for change. Kelsey shares real-life examples of positive climate news that reveal the power of our mindsets to shape reality, the resilience of nature, and the transformative possibilities of individual and collective action. And she demonstrates how we can build on positive trends to work toward a sustainable and just future, before it's too late." --


LibraryCall NumberStatus
Lake Elmo Library363.738746 KELNonfiction Collection
R.H. Stafford Library (Woodbury)363.738746 KELNonfiction Collection