A new approach to climate communications (Sightline piece)

I am excited to have contributed a piece to Sightline’s “Flashcard” offerings. In this piece I argue for the need for us to address “affect” in our work – and create strategies for supporting people in facing what can be

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A new approach to climate communications (Sightline piece)

I am excited to have contributed a piece to Sightline’s “Flashcard” offerings. In this piece I argue for the need for us to address “affect” in our work – and create strategies for supporting people in facing what can be

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Situating psychosocial climate change work: Oxford’s UKERC event

I recently had the opportunity to participate in the recent event convened by the UK Energy Research Centre at Oxford University — virtually. You can view my video here, in which I review and contextualize what is unique about a

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Situating psychosocial climate change work: Oxford’s UKERC event

I recently had the opportunity to participate in the recent event convened by the UK Energy Research Centre at Oxford University — virtually. You can view my video here, in which I review and contextualize what is unique about a

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Climate anxiety: article in Chico News & Review

Lovely and thoughtful article published today in the Chico News & Review about psychology of climate change – thank you! Good to see such an important topic being addressed.

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Climate anxiety: article in Chico News & Review

Lovely and thoughtful article published today in the Chico News & Review about psychology of climate change – thank you! Good to see such an important topic being addressed.

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“We are anxious and confused…” Talk at Sustainable Brands 2014

On this consumer research roundtable, I come out with what can be called “something completely different” – questioning our research practices in sustainable branding and market research. Talk begins at 1.15.14, sound quality not terrific but you can hopefully get

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“We are anxious and confused…” Talk at Sustainable Brands 2014

On this consumer research roundtable, I come out with what can be called “something completely different” – questioning our research practices in sustainable branding and market research. Talk begins at 1.15.14, sound quality not terrific but you can hopefully get

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Featured in Clean Edge

Nice piece by Clean Edge about the critical ‘human dimensions’ of energy efficiency … And yes, the last three paragraphs are all direct virtual quotes from our conversation. Including the reminder that rebates, fees and taxes are limited in their

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Featured in Clean Edge

Nice piece by Clean Edge about the critical ‘human dimensions’ of energy efficiency … And yes, the last three paragraphs are all direct virtual quotes from our conversation. Including the reminder that rebates, fees and taxes are limited in their

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Tenant engagement: the holy grail

Lovely little piece featured in Sustainable Business Oregon, about how the buildings sectors are starting to address engagement – the human dimension of how we enable our buildings to fulfill their energy and resource potentials. Thank you!

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Tenant engagement: the holy grail

Lovely little piece featured in Sustainable Business Oregon, about how the buildings sectors are starting to address engagement – the human dimension of how we enable our buildings to fulfill their energy and resource potentials. Thank you!

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Meat Tax? Interviewed on BBC World Service “News Hour”

Wonderful surprise call from BBC today, to weigh in on the recent proposal to instate a tax on meat production in the UK. Given methane is the single largest contributor to human-generated greenhouse gases, makes sense to impose a tax,

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Meat Tax? Interviewed on BBC World Service “News Hour”

Wonderful surprise call from BBC today, to weigh in on the recent proposal to instate a tax on meat production in the UK. Given methane is the single largest contributor to human-generated greenhouse gases, makes sense to impose a tax,

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Featured on NPR’s Allegheny Front

This lovely little radio feature covers a wonderful community engagement program, signaling where climate advocacy work is increasingly going – drawing on our creativity capacities. They interviewed me on my thoughts, where I shared that we need to take on-board

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Featured on NPR’s Allegheny Front

This lovely little radio feature covers a wonderful community engagement program, signaling where climate advocacy work is increasingly going – drawing on our creativity capacities. They interviewed me on my thoughts, where I shared that we need to take on-board

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Climate denial and compassion: Interview on NPR/OPB’s Think Out Loud

Curious to hear more about what a compassionate approach to climate change threats means? Tune into the recent show on OPB’s Think Out Loud broadcast live from the studio on September 17th. I had a great time. (There were lots

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Climate denial and compassion: Interview on NPR/OPB’s Think Out Loud

Curious to hear more about what a compassionate approach to climate change threats means? Tune into the recent show on OPB’s Think Out Loud broadcast live from the studio on September 17th. I had a great time. (There were lots

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Oxford workshop explores energy, climate and behavior

I’ve just returned from presenting at a stimulating, exciting two-day workshop convened at Oxford University’s UKERC. The first of its kind, this workshop brought together climate activists, folks working on conversation-based projects (such as Carbon Conversations, which I reference often

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Oxford workshop explores energy, climate and behavior

I’ve just returned from presenting at a stimulating, exciting two-day workshop convened at Oxford University’s UKERC. The first of its kind, this workshop brought together climate activists, folks working on conversation-based projects (such as Carbon Conversations, which I reference often

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climate psychology covered in TIME

Nice piece written up in TIME.com today … Yes, I do contest the claims that our brains are incapable of processing long-term and far-away threats and issues. We are perfectly capable of grasping these issues. However, the real issue concerns

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climate psychology covered in TIME

Nice piece written up in TIME.com today … Yes, I do contest the claims that our brains are incapable of processing long-term and far-away threats and issues. We are perfectly capable of grasping these issues. However, the real issue concerns

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sustainable brands ’11 consumer research roundtable

I’ve just discovered the video for the consumer research roundtable at Sustainable Brands ’11 available here – go to 21:46 to catch some thoughts on ‘the myth of apathy.’  This was given a few months following my departure from full-time

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sustainable brands ’11 consumer research roundtable

I’ve just discovered the video for the consumer research roundtable at Sustainable Brands ’11 available here – go to 21:46 to catch some thoughts on ‘the myth of apathy.’  This was given a few months following my departure from full-time

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