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Cultivating Hope in the Face of the Climate Crisis
Move through feelings of helplessness, reconnect with nature and take aligned environmental action.
You care about the environment and you’ve got a hunch that craft might just be able to save world.
The problem is that the endless stream of bad news has got you feeling pretty helpless and like nothing you do could possibly make a difference.
Does this sound like you?
Introducing: Cultivating Hope in the Face of the Climate Crisis
A free three-part mini-course delivered direct to your inbox that will help you to:
Hey, I'm Katie Treggiden
I sign off every email with “stay curious, imperfect and defiantly hopeful” and I talk about hope and “stubborn optimism”* a LOT.
And yet, even I spend a fair bit of time feeling honestly quite hopeLESS.
I mean, I’m generally a pretty positive person, but jeez, does that get tested from time to time.
And that is a natural and human response to – let’s not beat around the bush here – a crisis that threatens the very survival of our species.
I have been a purpose-driven craft and design writer for more than a decade and specialising in sustainability work for at least half of that time – and yet the most important part of my job is staying hopeful and helping you to do the same.
I truly believe that craft can save the world (not on its own, but it sure has a big contribution to make) and I know that, on some level, you believe that too.
I want you to know it in your bones – and act accordingly.
(*’Stubborn optimism’ is one of three mindsets recommended in the brilliant book The Future We Choose [affiliate link] by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett- Carnac.)
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Cultivating Hope is a really juicy, valuable course that I could definitely charge at least £50–£100 for, but I have decided to make it absolutely free.
I really believe that the most important part of my job is staying hopeful and helping you to do the same, so I wanted to put this out into the world for anybody who might benefit from it.
I acknowledge and am very grateful for the privilege that enables me to do this and, of course, I hope that you might engage with some of my paid offerings having taken Cultivating Hope and/or recommend my work to your friends and colleagues, but I also know that you might not – and that’s absolutely fine too.
Whatever you decide to do next, you are very welcome in this space and I’m grateful for you.
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