Psychology and Climate Change End-of-Semester Poster Session

4:00 PM  - 6:00 PM
Thursday Dec 7, 2017
Smail Gallery, Olin-Rice Science Center

Are worried about climate change? Do you wonder why others aren’t? What stops us from taking action? Have you ever talked with a climate denier?

If you’re interested in these questions, stop by the Psychology and Climate Change end-of-semester poster session!

Poster topics include:

  • How does “pluralistic ignorance” stop action on climate change?
  • Combatting climate inaction on our campus
  • Motivation toward climate action
  • Processing the grief of climate change
  • The influence of ideology and worldview on beliefs and action
  • Our “ancient brain” as a barrier to climate action
  • Effective climate communication
  • How to have a productive conversation with someone who disagrees with you

Contact: Christie Manning,

This event is for: Students and Faculty

Sponsored By: Environmental Studies

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