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A conversation on Climate Change and Happiness

      with Thomas Doherty in Oregon and Panu Pihkala in Finland:

Other resources:

Kim Stafford's poem "Shelter in Place" is mentioned in an online interview with James Crews:

Statistics and dire warnings don’t always move people to action, but stories do, especially those of intimate moments between loved ones, or an instant of pure delight in nature. I think of Kim Stafford’s poem, “Shelter in Place,” included in the collection, in which he observes: “Moss found how to hug a stone for life.” There’s such gentleness and relief in those lines.

...and in an interview with James on NPR:

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