Book Review: What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming

; Toward A New Psychology of Climate Action by Per Epson Stoknes 

“We need a more compassionate understanding of how our paradoxical, many-voiced psyche is responding to news of the ongoing shifts in the climate.” p 7

Those of us who are wondering WHY others don’t get the message we feel like we’re sharing loud and clear will definitely appreciate the tools psychologist and economist Per Epson Stoknes spells out in this entertaining, easy to understand and to-the-point book. In it, he provides tools to successfully break through apathy and cognitive dissonance Continue reading “Book Review: What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming”

“When it comes to the facts of increasing climate disruption due to our human impact on the earth, there is an ethical obligation to respond. Those who actively give voice to or just passively live out their denial actually support the ongoing human violence to the land and clean air.” – Per Epson Stoknes, What We Think About When We Try Not To Think About Global Warming (p 25)

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