Increasingly more and more people around the world are being confronted with urgent situations that require them to flee. Many of these crises have climate change at their root or are made more extreme due to climate change.
We can no longer accept the false narrative that climate change is something happening somewhere else. Everyone is impacted by climate change. Why not acknowledge this and open up a conversation with friends, family, colleagues and elected officials?
In this beautiful and poignant story from British Columbia, Canada, about survivors from natural disasters, you may find sadness but also hope and resilience.
You might also find a natural way to begin discussions around what you treasure most that is at risk from climate change and how, by working together, we can look to a future where thinking about ‘What would you grab?’ no longer needs to be top of mind.