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Meet Casey Meehan, PhD.

Feelings of despair and anxiety about the climate crisis are normal, valid, even helpful. However, to stop there fails to recognize the full range of human emotions we need to tap into if we are to envision and collectively create the thriving, regenerative world we all want.   


I'm a climate engagement expert, director of sustainability, not-for profit leader, helping people harness the power of joy and playfulness to act on the climate crisis.

Casey R. Meehan

Playful climate action is a way of renewing our planet and ourselves by engaging with the climate crisis in a way that embraces the delight, wonder, surprise and abundance inherent in our world.

-Casey Meehan

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...if we want to make it safely and sanely through all the changes coming our way, we're going to need to come out and play. 

- Bernie DeKoven

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Wisconsin Public Radio |  8.28.2020 

Mentions & Interviews


What Is Environmental Sustainability and Why Is It Important? 

By The Editors |  11.4.2019 


12 practical ways to make your bathroom eco-friendlier

By Nicole Spector |  10.3.2019 


Sustainability is a good goal, but it has a very broad definition

By Danielle Braff |  10.25.2019 


What high school textbooks tell us with Casey Meehan and Brett Levy 

By U Albany News |  1.4.2019 


Resiliency is next level in Western’s sustainability efforts 

By Western Technical College |  10.30.2017 


5 easy green living tips families can take to combat climate change

By Maressa Brown |  10.1.2019 

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In teaching climate change, politics trumps science

By Paul Fanlund |  12.31.2012 

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