How do We react to Rising Temperatures? Human Conflict?

Marshall Burke (Stanford University) discusses the impact of climate change on human behavior with Russ Altman (January 2019). Obscured behind the better-known impacts of climate change are a host of potentially more serious effects global leaders have yet to reckon with. Via Stanford University School of Engineering https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0DfR0FEZdU

Does Climate Change affect Conflict?

Climate & Migration Coalition provides a perspective on the current literature about climate change and the spectrum of conflicts. #ClimateSecurity What do we know about the links between climate change and conflict? Will life on a hotter planet be on with more armed violence? This webinar explores the existing evidence connecting climate change with conflict.…

They talk about our Climate Crisis #WeDontHaveTime

Part of We Don’t Have Time Climate Emergency Plan, streamed November 24, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHeE3Z6SdVg First speaker Ingmar Rentzhog, the second speaker is Per Espen Stoknes https://twitter.com/estoknes Watch the full stream here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHeE3Z6SdVg A crucial discussion about transformation and how to expand the movements for climate action. The first ever Climate Seminar by We Don’t Have…

Are We Becoming too Dumb to Solve the Big Problem of Climate Change?

Recent studies suggest that various pollution sources contribute to the decline of cognitive abilities, IQ scores, human intelligence. Could this trend potentially affect our collective efforts to combat climate change? Support Climate State on Patreon http://patreon.com/ClimateState Sources Video narrated by Cormac Bren – Sound and Music by Epic Stock Media http://epicstockmedia.com – Additional video material…

Climate Change, Clashes and Riots

Are recent clashes and riots affected by climate change? And if so to what extent? An exhaustive study of a wide range of conflicts over thousands of years has found that rising temperatures are inevitably linked to an increase in violence. Stand by for more violence. As planetary temperatures rise, so does the likelihood of…

How unrealistic optimism is maintained in the face of reality

Tali Sharot, Christoph W Korn & Raymond J Dolan Nature Neuroscience 14, 1475–1479 (2011) doi:10.1038/nn.2949 Published online 09 October 2011 Unrealistic optimism is a pervasive human trait that influences domains ranging from personal relationships to politics and finance. How people maintain unrealistic optimism, despite frequently encountering information that challenges those biased beliefs, is unknown. We…

The Psychological Impacts of Global Climate Change

Authors: Doherty, Thomas J.; Clayton, Susan An appreciation of the psychological impacts of global climate change entails recognizing the complexity and multiple meanings associated with climate change; situating impacts within other social, technological, and ecological transitions; and recognizing mediators and moderators of impacts. This article describes three classes of psychological impacts: direct (e.g., acute or…

False climate change data a Crime Against Humanity – Ecocide

By Patrick Michael Gunkel (Princeton, NJ). Publication of deliberately false climate change data literally ought — i.e., MUST — be treated, not as a peccadillo, but as a Crime Against Humanity. My remark here is not an expression of an emotion, but of an intellectual and humanitarian reaction of a scientist to falsification of data that could be…

Per Espen Stoknes: Why Climate and Psychology?

Why and how can psychology be applied to the issue of climate change? Recorded at the Psychology of Climate seminar, 28 September 2012. http://www.climatestrategy.org/ What We Think About When We Try Not To Think About Global Warming: Toward a New Psychology of Climate Action April 3, 2015 by Per Espen Stoknes http://www.amazon.com/What-Think-About-Global-Warming/dp/1603585834