… because it’s already too late?

  Now it is too late. We cannot solve these global issues globally... Now it is up to us... Let us use whatever power and influence we have, working with whatever resources are already available, mobilizing the people who are with us to work for what we care about. As Teddy Roosevelt enjoined us: "Do... Continue Reading →

HOPE is more than just a 4-letter word!

I'm inspired to talk about hope by this brilliant essay by Quinn Norton that appeared recently on Empty Wheel: A SERMON ON HOPE Here is a sip of bitter tea from that essay: Hope isn’t just looking at the positive things in this world, or expecting the best. That’s a fragile kind of cheerfulness, something... Continue Reading →

Why Ecopscychology Now?

I and many other radical ecopsychologists maintain that when it comes to the climate crisis, mainstream psychology is a big part of the problem, and not necessarily a part of the solution. The reasoning behind this critique is that the climate crisis is a spiritual crisis - or,  if you prefer, a relational crisis -... Continue Reading →

Taking The Climate Crisis Personally

To sleep, to dream, to keep the dream in reach  To each a dream, don’t weep, don’t scream  Just keep it in, keep sleeping in  What am I gonna do to wake up? (Europe is Lost, by Kate Tempest) In spite of the global attention that has been focused on so-called ‘climate change’ - it’s... Continue Reading →

The Banality of Climate Change

“Banality” means that collective evils can be perpetrated without corresponding individual motives: "The sad truth is that most evil is done by people who never make up their minds to be good or evil... the phenomenon of evil deeds, committed on a gigantic scale, which [can] not be traced to any particularity of wickedness, pathology, or ideological conviction in the doer, whose only personal distinction was a perhaps extraordinary shallowness."

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