From wildfires to melting sea ice to dying coral reefs, this podcast features scientists (Dr. Steve Simpson, Dr. Andy Radford), a doctor (Dr. Courtney Howard) & a researcher (me) talking about ecological grief at the frontlines of climate and environmental change.
Gaia Vince of The Guardian talked with me and two other climate researchers, Drs. Steve Simpson, Deanna Witman, about how we are each coping with our respective experiences of ecological grief.
Amidst the climate crises we are are experiencing worldwide, it felt especially poignant to discuss the emotional impacts of climate change with Julia Rosen of the LA Times last week.
On August 14th of this year, I had the amazing opportunity to tag-team the CBC Radio morning shows across the country with my inspiring colleague Dr. Courtney Howard.
Recently, I joined Detroit Today host Stephen Henderson to discuss ecological grief and its impacts.
In a recent issue of the American Psychological Association’s “Monitor on Psychology,” I was featured alongside my colleague, Dr. Neville Ellis, to discuss some of the important health and economic consequences of climate change.
I was thrilled to be interviewed by Chatelaine Magazine to talk about climate change and eco-anxiety, or anxiety and stress specifically related to changes in the environment.
In this article, Dr. Courtney Howard and I discuss the importance of expanding the narrative of climate change to include ecological grief.