Hope in Times of Covid-19

By Kristy Henderson “Cope not hope” wrote one participant in the chat of a recent online seminar on planetary health. Rather than passively hoping — one might say waiting — for change, we must adapt to the reality: floods, fires, pandemics, and more. It is resilience — our ability to cope — that will sustain our hopes through the ongoing lockdowns and re-openings, ever-evolving contagious variants, and ever-changing colour typology of safe travel destinations.