The Psychology Of Climate Change — And How To Engage With It

Climate activists march in an attempt to occupy the Garzweiler open-cast coal mine and nearby gas infrastructure on a day of civil disobedience organized by the "Ende Gelaende" movement on September 26, 2020 near Grevenbroich, Germany. (Sascha Schuermann/Getty Images)

Climate change presents a grim future. We know what we’re up against, yet our impulse is to look away, to say we’ll worry about it later. The psychology of climate change and how to engage.  


, climate psychologist and consultant.)

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