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Climate Solutions and Spiritual Leadership - All We Can Save

I'm guessing a few of you may be reading (or have read) All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, an anthology of female voices edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K Wilkinson. The book was highly recommended by NAAEE leadership in the past couple years.

A few months back the All We Can Save Project hosted an online event: Climate Solutions & Spiritual Leadership: A Conversation with leaders from the All We Can Save anthology
It was an evening of discussion, poetry, and art with contributors to the All We Can Save anthology around the intersection of faith, climate solutions, and feminist leadership. Including a conversation with Mary Anne Hitt and Heather McTeer Toney moderated by Dr. Katharine Wilkinson and a reading by artist Madeleine Jubilee Saito. Watch the replay at https://vimeo.com/604151365/c3afa0ad6f

Then, they shared part of the discussion in an email (pdf attachment below). It's thought provoking and inspiring. Your reflections and discussion are encouraged here in this discussion thread. Curious to know if any of you have also been reading the book and how it may be resonating with you and/or your work.

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I remember reading the part of the discussion that was emailed and being very inspired and encouraged by it!

At my workplace (Chino Basin Water Conservation District in Montclair, CA), we're just about to start a workplace circle to read All We Can Save together! We're excited to use their "Circle at Work" facilitation guide, which I've linked here in case if anyone is interested in one.