Inside Out: The Grief, Trauma and Anxiety of Climate Change (and what you can do) with Dr. Renee Lertzman
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In episode 121 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Renee Lertzman. Dr. Lertzman is an environmental psychologist and founder of Project InsideOut, a forthcoming resource hub and emerging community of practice that unites activists with clinical psychologists. Doug and Renee discuss what is climate grief and anxiety; steps individuals and organizations can do to address these issues and turn to action; the value of emotional intelligence and how adaptation and mitigation have more in common that you think.
- What is climate grief and anxiety.
- Step by step process of working with organizations and individuals on the psychological implications of climate change.
- Learning from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) and how it’s relevant to climate impacts.
- Dealing with climate anxiety in the workplace.
- Does climate anxiety differ for those working in the adaptation and mitigation spaces?
- How to avoid feeling judgmental of others in the climate space.
- We need to prioritize emotional intelligence in the climate movement.
- Are people working in adaptation more optimistic than those working in carbon mitigation?
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