Climate change has moved from an abstract idea to a reality — a reality that many people around the world are increasingly worried about. In this light, I’m excited to share this new episode of the American Psychological Association’s Speaking of Psychology podcast, which takes a deep dive into exploring the mental health effects of climate change.
There is power in naming the feelings of collective grief so many people around the world are experiencing in response to climate change. It was truly a pleasure to talk…
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.
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.
A recent article in Deutzche Welle highlighted the important impacts that climate change has for mental and emotional wellbeing.
In January of 2018, I had the honour of contributing to the Network in Canadian History & Environment’s series on “Canada’s Anthropocene.” In this article, I write about the deeply…