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How to Not Be (Completely) Depressed About Climate Change

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By Sarah Lazarovic


Sarah Lazarovic created this comic for or The Good Money Issue, the Winter 2019 edition of YES! Magazine. Sarah is an artist and creative director. As a journalist, she's worked for almost every publication in Canada, covering news and cultural events in comic form. In 2015, her live sketching of a Rob Ford speech won gold at the Online News Association awards. As a Massey Fellow at the University of Toronto in 2014, she studied behavioral economics and environmental sustainability. Her book, A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy (Penguin 2014), is available at fine libraries everywhere.

Reposted with permission from our media associate YES! Magazine.
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