This video seminar series is an attempt to equip readers with information tools to apply social work’s ‘person-in-environment perspective’ to issues that stem from climate change, in order to inspire community-defined interventional, remedial and adaptive approaches. This series is a crash course in system-change efforts, including policy advocacy, social entrepreneurship, institution-building, and community mobilization. The series focuses on discovering and exploring climate problems that seem most likely to benefit from adding the social work mindset as solutions are considered.
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