Ecological Grief refers to the response to the loss of ecosystems, landscapes, seascapes, species, and places. While it may be emotional, the response to ecological loss may also entail spiritual, physical, cognitive, social, behavioural and cultural facets. People who retain close living, working and cultural relationships with the natural environment may particularly and acutely experience ecological grief as they live through intra- and inter-generational environmental degradation and loss.
Moderated by Dr. Nancy Stevens, Nipissing University. Dr. Steven’s Dissertation was on “Reconnecting the Heart and Spirit: Making Meaning of Traditional Healing Experiences with Anishinaabe Individuals in Resolving Trauma”.
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