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Introducing Climate Psychology: facing the climate crisis
Introducing Climate Psychology: facing the climate crisis

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This free course was written by Trudi Macagnino, Wendy Hollway and Evangelos Ntontis.

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Figure 4: in Steffen, W., Sanderson, A., Tyson, P., Jäger, J., Matson, P., Moore, B., Oldfield, F., Richardson, K., Schellnhuber, J., Turner, B.L. and Wasson, R.(2004) Global Change and the Earth System: A Planet Under Pressure. Available at: download/ 18.1b8ae20512db692f2a680007761/ 1376383137895/ IGBP_ExecSummary_eng.pdf

Section 3 image: Tom Fisk/Pexels

Figure 5: Photograph: Matt Roth


Video: Ayisha Siddiqa at COP27 Polluters Out Video: courtesy: GlobalWitness shorts/ 6n3mBaeJN80YouTube

Video The earth has a memory: ‘So much about your sustainability, my people are dying’ by Ayisha Siddiqa. Poem inspired by Palestinian poets Rafif Ziadah and Noor Hindi. Courtesy of the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at New York University School of Law centers/ chrgj-center-for-human-rights-global-justice

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