What we think about when we try not to think about global warming : toward a new psychology of climate action /Published by : Chelsea Green Publishing, (White River Junction, Vermont :) Physical details: xxi, 290 sidor illustrationer 23 cm ISBN:9781603585835.
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Part I. Thinking. Understanding the Climate Paradox -- 1. The psychological Climate Paradox – 2. “Climate is the New Marx”: The Many Faces of Skepticism and Denial – 3. The Human Animal as Seen by Evolutionary Psychology -- 4. How Climate Facts and Risks Are Perceived : Cognitive Psychology -- 5. What Others Are Saying . Social Psychology -- 6. The Roots of Denial : The Psychology of Identity -- 7. The Five Psychological Barriers to Climate Action -- Part II. Doing. If It Doesn’t Work, Do Something Else – 8. From Barriers to Solutions -- 9. The Power of Social Networks -- 10. Reframing the Climate Messages – 11. Make It Simple to Choose Right – 12. Use the Power of Stories to Re-Story Climate – 13. New Signals of Progress – Part III. Being. Inside the Living Air -- 14. The Air’s Way of Being – 15. Stand Up for Your Depression -- 16. Climate Disruption as Symptom: What Is It Trying to Tell Us? – 17. Re-Imagining Climate as the Living Air – 18. It’s Hopeless and I’ll Give It My All
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