Events and News
Emotional resilience in climate change research
19 November, 17.00-18.30, The Faversham, 1-5 Springfield Mount, Leeds LS2 9NG The reality of climate change research can be overwhelming and when faced with the data and analysis every day the emotional responses can be challenging. Given the complexity of the problem, it’s all too easy to end up feeling helpless and hopeless, disconnected, angry, or something else. The Priestley Society thinks that creating a space to help us share or respond to the emotional challenges of our work – whether to develop strategies of support, empathise, or just vent – is becoming increasingly important. This is an initial informal chat for anyone interested or intrigued by this idea. More info: email@example.com
Winter writing retreat
Friday 11 January (after work) - Sunday 13 January: writing retreat at Selside, Yorkshire Dales. Spend the weekend with us in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside to blow off the Christmas fog and get back to work! Places limited; email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place.
Cli-Fi writing workshop
Friday 18 January (pm - time tbc): climate fiction writing workshop with James McKay, author of A Dream of a Low Carbon Future (above). Places limited; email email@example.com to reserve a place.