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The Editors 7-10-2013

As climate change takes its toll on the Earth, many people are paralyzed by inaction—perhaps not out of fear or guilt, but because of despair. To confront climate change, we may need to first deal with our sense of grief, argues Katharine M. Preston in “Mourning for the Earth” (August 2013, Sojourners).

Watch this film essay to learn more about the five stages of climate grief.

To confront climate change, we may need to first deal with our grief.

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