Beth Hill – Climate Change, Culture, Resilient Vulnerability
Dr Beth Hill is a writer, anthropologist and facilitator of the Work that Reconnects. Beth’s research looks at how people in Australia are being impacted by climate change in their daily lives, tracking the emotional and cultural forces that shape people’s responses to this unraveling. She has had a dedicated Buddhist Insight meditation practice over the last ten years and is passionate about the wisdom of the body as a gateway to insight, healing and action in these troubled times. Beth has been facilitating the Work that Reconnects since 2013 and currently works with Psychology for a Safe Climate offering workshops to climate activists and others, supporting them with the grief, burnout and conflict that arise in response to climate change.
Beth will be presenting in Thursday’s Fire, Country & Culture session.