1. Hope can and must coincide with actions, no matter how small or trivial. Every time we are faced with choices, the external impacts of that choice should be considered. Simply making the choice to fill a need to restock the kitchen food supplies can have a environmental impact depending on the choice of how those groceries are produced and transported.

    • Thank you Sharon. It’s good to join with others in our field who are also sitting with and digesting and soul-searching on climate change and eco-systems collapse. I appreciated the article… I am asking myself what messages do we as conflict “resolvers/engagers/transformers” want and need to amplify? I’m doing a TEDx talk at the JIBC June 5 – feeling a weight on my shoulders… want to talk about both mediating and .. while the world burns… J

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