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WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS

Britt designs and facilitates workshops about the emotional, psychological, spiritual and otherwise intimate challenges bound up in living through the current climate and extinction crisis. She creates spaces that invite participants to learn about these issues from multiple points of view, and safely explore their own feelings and lived truths. The aim is to allow people to process their emotions while fostering resilience, building community networks, and assessing how they want to respond to the challenges ahead. These workshops have often been co-produced with Hot Takes.

If you or your organization are interested in having Britt facilitate a workshop, please get in touch at hello(at)brittwray(dot)com.

Drawing on scholarship and activism, these workshops explore issues such as: environmental justice, ecological grief, eco-anxiety, climate-induced fear and depression, hesitation and uncertainty around having kids in the climate crisis, how to raise kids in the climate crisis, bioethics and carbon legacies, feelings of helplessness/resignation/denialism/dissonance, resilience, care, commitment and joy.

SXSW 2019 workshop “Family in the Anthropocene: Kids and the Climate Crisis” in Austin, Texas.

SXSW 2019 workshop “Family in the Anthropocene: Kids and the Climate Crisis” in Austin, Texas.

1.5 Degree Movement workshop “Inconceivable ethics? Fertility and family in the climate crisis” in Copenhagen, Denmark.

1.5 Degree Movement workshop “Inconceivable ethics? Fertility and family in the climate crisis” in Copenhagen, Denmark.

MeConvention workshop “Climate change and future ethics” in Stockholm, Sweden.

MeConvention workshop “Climate change and future ethics” in Stockholm, Sweden.

ThoughtWorks workshop “Intimate dilemmas in the climate crisis: grief, kids and feelings about the future” in Manhattan, NYC.

ThoughtWorks workshop “Intimate dilemmas in the climate crisis: grief, kids and feelings about the future” in Manhattan, NYC.