This episode with Dana R fisher is the unofficial part 2 of 3 looking at the sociological side of collective action, while we try to slow the sinking of the Titanic, to make homes on… Read More »‘Saving Ourselves’ by Dana Fisher: A policy cascade only after millions die from climate shocks!
Psychology & Philosophy
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Recent activism in the UK has made worldwide headlines. By bringing cultural treasures into the discussion, it raises new anxieties, and questions about what is at stake. The visual impact of the soup hitting the… Read More »Action And Activism – Is it time to mobilise the moderate masses?
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking to authors, podcasters, and activists, Sam Moore and Alex Roberts whose recently published book, The Rise Of Ecofascism, explores the characteristics of past, present, and potentially future ‘ecofascism’.… Read More »Stemming The Rise Of Ecofascism with Sam Moore & Alex Roberts
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking to professor Rupert Read on the eve of his trial that has since taken place resulting in a guilty verdict and a very modest fine handed… Read More »Professor Rupert Read | Denial On Trial and What To Do When The COP fails.
In the run-up to COP26, we face a new onslaught of mainstream media coverage of how this conference will decide the fate of humanity. The truth is that even the best outcome being sought by… Read More »Professor Kevin Anderson: “To hell in a hand cart”
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with Adrian Tait, co-founder of the Climate Psychology Alliance about his contribution to the new Deep Adaptation book. This newly published volume edited by and… Read More »Facing The Future | Climate Psychology + Deep Adaptation
In this episode, I speak to the philosopher, Martin Bunzl, about his new book, Thinking While Walking, Reflections on the Pacific Crest Trail. Martin is professor of philosphy emeritus at Rutgers University in the US.… Read More »Martin Bunzl | Thinking While Walking | Are we delusional about our perception of nature?
Philosophy Lecture Series 2021: Author/Philosopher Rupert Read discusses why philosophy in a climate crisis matters. Also, watch the lectures here.
WHO adviser, Saima Wazed, discusses the need for greater support for worlds most vulnerable people.
The Vatican’s Head of Ecology Father Josh reminds us that we must learn from the pandemic in order to reform our relationship with nature and live within planetary constraints.
Adrian Tait, founder of the CPA discusses climate breakdown.
Rabbi Yonatan Neril discusses his new book EcoBible.
Dr Gail Bradbrook discusses the need for activism in a time of climate emergency
Attuned thinking in a time of crisis with Climate Psychologist Dr Renee Lertzman
Professor Rupert Read, author and philosopher discusses his new book about XR.
Climate scientists discusses the impacts of the pandemic on the climate crisis