This webinar hopes to deconstruct the climate change discussion and look at the impact it is having both on Earth and humans. The climate change crisis can raise many different emotions within us, and so the discussion will explore some of the emotional impacts as well as how to move forward with a sense of hope amidst the difficult realities, and how to look at Earth itself as a source of hope. Join this interactive session for an evening of sharing and inspiration.
This webinar is made possible through the support of Climate Impact.
About the Presenter
Memona Hossain is a mother, community-based collaborator, and a PhD candidate in Applied Ecopsychology & Eco-Art Therapy Certification. She teaches community-based Ecopsychology courses through the University of Guelph Arboretum, Emmanuel College at the University of Toronto and the Riverwood Conservancy in Mississauga. Memona is involved in Eco-diverse conversations as it pertains to climate action. Memona has conducted a global research project which explored the personal narratives of Muslim women around the world who are involved in Earth-based activism. Memona has also completed her Master’s in Education at the University of Toronto. Memona has been working in the field of Mental Health, Addictions, and Developmental Disabilities for over 15 years. Memona has most recently served on the Board of Directors for the Muslim Association of Canada.