Everything you think you know about environmentalism is wrong.
The climate crisis is not your fault, you don’t need to get environmentalism “right”, and you don’t have to doom-scroll to stay informed.
In fact, the single most important thing you can do is to have hope – defiant hope.
Katie Treggiden is the founder and director of Making Design Circular, the author of six books and countless newspaper and magazine articles about craft, design and environmentalism and a podcaster with 20 years’ experience in the creative industries and a master’s degree from the University of Oxford to boot.
And she believes that what Planet Earth needs now is not innovation, not perfectionism and certainly not more recycling, but hope.
Because hope is the precursor to change.
If we don’t believe that what we’re doing will make a difference, we won’t do it.
And in the current climate, hope is an act of defiance.
Are you in?
Founder and director of Making Design Circular, Katie Treggiden, speaks about defiant hope and its role in tackling the environmental crisis to creative organisations who want to make a difference.
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