Climate of Emotions Action Pack
Harnessing Our Feelings for a Better Future
Give to Green 13
We believe in the skills of emotional intelligence support children’s wellbeing and mental health – including climate anxiety and eco-grief.
We’re creating a special collection of wellbeing resources with the help of climate activists. psychologists and scientists. We’re sharing these materials for FREE in partnership with UNICEF World Children’s Day. Click here for more ways to participate!
Share Your Climate Emotions
What are some of your feelings about the climate and the state of the world today? We’ve made a template pack you can download, or just go to our Insta story @6secondseq
Amplify awareness that emotions matter by sharing on social with #ClimateEmotions
And if you want to share the livestream or recording from today, add 6sec.org/climate
We’re collaborating to create resources on climate anxiety – to be shared with millions of kids through the POP-UP Festival in partnership with UNICEF World Children’s Day. Please click here to read about the campaign and make a donation to the project…. plus click here for more ways to participate!
For children of all ages & adults, the free curriculum on the Sustainable Development Goals + Emotional Intelligence + Wellbeing — creative, play-based learning to build capacity for mental health and SDG leadership. In 30+ languages.
Community research guides use the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework to focus on sustainable actions that are student-defined and implemented.
Addresses many common questions, ranging from “I’m just a kid, what can I do?” to “what’s the big deal with just a few degrees?” to “should we be scaring the pants off people to get them to care about climate change?”