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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.

With thanks to Climate Psychology Alliance [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] for use of material from their website.

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Figure 1: (also Activity 4): A definition of eco-anxiety. In Handbook of Climate Psychology (p. 22) , Psychology Alliance https://www.climatepsychologyalliance.org/ images/ files/ handbookofclimatepsychology.pdf https://www.climatepsychologyalliance.org/

Section 5 image: Hickman Scale: adapted by The Open University based on: Hickman, C. (2020) ‘We need to (find a way to) talk about … eco-anxiety’, Journal of Social Work Practice, 34(4), pp. 411–24. https://www.tandfonline.com/ doi/ full/ 10.1080/ 02650533.2020.1844166

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Video: Climate Change and Thirst. Courtesy Shelot Masithi

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