The solution to the climate change crisis ultimately will depend on the ability of humans to change behavior. As the science of behavior, psychology is in a unique position to play a very important role in addressing the biggest challenge our planet has ever faced. APA and ecoAmerica recently published "Mental Health and Our Changing Climate, 2021 Edition", an update of a 2017 report. Join two of the primary authors for a discussion on the big role that psychologists can play to address this global issue.
This webinar is part of an APA series called “Essential Science Conversations,” where panelists and audience members can engage in open dialogues about emerging topics in psychological science.
Susan Clayton, Ph.D., Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology, The College of Wooster
Christie Manning, Ph.D., Director of Sustainability and Environmental Studies Faculty Member, Macalester College
Mitch Prinstein, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer, American Psychological Association