You can join them for free Weekly Journaling Circle On Wednesdays, buy their journals for 18 – $ 25, or get a free five-day journal prompt when you sign up for their email list.
There are conversations
If you’re interested in having climate-related conversations in your social circle and looking for some DIY group content, this is the place for you. All We Can Save is a best-selling collection of articles by 60 women at the forefront of the climate movement. Now, as a branch of the compilation, the group has created the All We Can Save Circle. They describe it as “a book club, but a cool, deep, extended version.” The framework consists of 10 sessions (including soothing names like Reframe, Reshape, and Persist), and is free for anyone to download and start their own circle.
According to its website, the Alliance is “at the crossroads of mental health, social justice and environmentalism to bring about positive transformation, justice and healing for the world, ourselves and our communities.” The Alliance for Ecotherapy and Social Justice offers a wide range of online ecotherapy workshops and conversations about social justice.
Created by Margaret Klein Salmon, aka “The Climate Psychologist”, these virtual conversations are one hour, open to the public and free to participate. Conversations are held three times a month and are for those who want to share their feelings about climate change – and listen to others. Participants described the conversations as “empowering,” “comforting,” and “world-changing.”
Find the community
Founded by a group of respected climate scientists (who are Mao), the organization seeks to inspire everyday mothers to demand solutions to save the planet for their babies. “In all political parties and nations, 83 percent of mothers are concerned about climate change. That’s why I co-founded Science Mum, “Catherine Heho, a climate scientist, told me. Science Moms offers a free toolkit to help you talk about climate change with your friends and family, and it hosts free webinars on climate-related topics.
Deep adaptation is a social movement for those who believe that climate change will increasingly threaten access to food, water and government systems and ultimately lead to social decline. The movement emphasizes non-violence, compassion and “preparation” for a new future. If it resonates with you, you will find like-minded parents in this group. Post topics range from emotion processing to links and resource sharing to practical preparation tips.
A branch of the #Fridaysfor Future movement (started by Greta Thanberg), Parents for the Future is a network of hundreds of groups in at least 23 countries. They have letter writing templates and links to more local groups, among other activities you can participate in. They also offer a Climate Parent Fellowship, which supports parent staff around the world. They have a strong presence in the EU and the UK, so if you are there it may be a good group to connect with.