More than "Hope” or "Optimism,” the Climate Movement Needs Joy

By Liza Featherstone

I massaged the soil around the roots a bit, to allow them to breathe before I lowered them into the ground. I made sure the soil was even, tucking my seedling in securely. "It's so nurturing, what you're doing,” a fellow volunteer beamed at me encouragingly.


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