A good story about a climate change solution may be just what you need to stay hopeful and get motivated. When done well, stories can also clarify what a solution looks like and help us describe it to others.
That’s where the non-profit editorial project Reasons to be Cheerful comes in. They are storytellers and they have placed a particular emphasis on issues related to climate and the environment. They describe what they publish this way: “Through sharp reporting, our stories balance a sense of healthy optimism with journalistic rigor and find cause for hope. We are part magazine, part therapy session, part blueprint for a better world.”
If you sign up for the Reasons to be Cheerful weekly newsletter you’ll find out about their latest work and learn about some wonderful things happening that address the climate crisis.
Be sure to forward this to someone who needs some good climate news.