The Existential Toolkit helps educators and students navigate the long emergency ahead without becoming overwhelmed by despair. The resources in this project have been crowdsourced from an international community of scholars, educators, and climate justice leaders focused on addressing the emotional impact of climate disruption. The project was initially launched by eco-emotion researchers Jennifer Atkinson, Elin Kelsey and Sarah Jaquette Ray. The website is organized in two ways: themes and resource types. Themes organize the resources based on subject matter (eg. “hope” or “justice”). Resource Types refer to the category of each tool (eg. “activities,” “journalism” or “syllabi”). Woven throughout this toolkit are resources reflecting the complex intersectional nature of the climate crisis.