This recording is from our webinar on March 12, 2021.
This webinar looked at examples of how some organizations and communities are working with the psychological dimensions of climate change in emergency response, adaptation and capacity building and reflected on practices and tools that practitioners can use to intentionally work with and address the psychological aspects of climate change.
Watch the webinar recording.
- Tuning In: Less from psychology for climate action (PDF)
Dr. Renée Lertzman, Project Inside-Out
- Climate Grief: Case studies and intervention activities (PDF)
Judy Wu, Master of Public Health graduate student and Sustainability Scholar, UBC
- Reclaiming Our Wellness (PDF)
Dr. Emily Dicken, North Shore Emergency Management