I will discuss some emerging thoughts coming out of new academic literature on the topic of what is termed "ecological grief" while also exploring the topic in a more historical sense: how has nature been a locus for grief in literature and political thought throughout the 20th and 21st century? Similarly, how does grief inform upon social movements and experiences of agency in the face of climate change? These investigations all round back to a central question I will discuss - how do we mourn what is lost while using that grief to create more "survivable futures?"

 Mourning nature and finding survivable futures

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