The title grabbed me, because... let's face it: climate change is not the most uplifting conversation. Focusing long and hard on our planetary decline (especially in the age of deniers and folks that disregard facts) certainly can bring a person down.
Sarah has some good food for thought--and humor to go along the way. Click this link to see the 4-panel infographic in its entirety. My favorite line: "Be bold, but not a buzzkill."
Lazarovic's infographic also ties to another YesMagazine article that includes a book excerpt from Charles Einstein's book Climate: A New Story. The book excerpt (also published January 2019) entitled "Why the Climate Message isn't Working" with the title tagline: "Threats of global catastrophe won't move people to action. Only the heart can inspire zeal.
And...upon digging this up, I ran across some of her other work, that also is good food for thought!
Small Works: Little Actions Everywhere (click the link to see the infographic in its entirety)
The Buyerarchy of Needs (which is on the home page of her website, LongLiveIrony.com ) and her book: A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy
mages from https://www.amazon.com/Bunch-Pretty-Things-Did-Not/dp/0143124714; https://www.yesmagazine.org/issues/mental-health/5-ways-small-actions-have-huge-power-20180910, https://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/how-to-not-be-completely-depressed-about-climate-change-20190107, http://longliveirony.com
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