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Looting, it seems, has got a bad rap. Because to save the planet, we need to loot it. We must let nothing — not cultural artifacts, not ancient woodlands, nor even entire species — get in the way of this drive to save the planet from its number one threat: Climate Breakdown.

At Resilience+

Deep Dive: Building Emotional Resilience

  • Panel event with renowned experts (live and recorded)
  • Live discussion hosted by Good Grief Network
  • 2 recorded interviews with emotional resilience experts
  • 3 articles by Richard Heinberg and Rachel Donald
  • Additional curated resources
Derivative of The Great Unraveling, (CC by-nc-nd) Michele Guieu

The Great Unraveling

Environmental and social challenges are now compounding to threaten the very systems that support the world we know. What does this Great Unraveling mean for both human civilization and the global ecosystem, and what we can do in response?

Holding the Fire

Holding the Fire

Award-winning journalist and author Dahr Jamail hosts in-depth interviews with leaders from around the world to uncover Indigenous ways of reckoning with environmental and societal breakdown.

Now at Resilience+

Deep Dive: Building Emotional Resilience

  • Panel event with renowned experts (live and recorded)
  • Live discussion hosted by Good Grief Network
  • 2 recorded interviews with emotional resilience experts
  • 3 articles by Richard Heinberg and Rachel Donald
  • Additional curated resources