Live Talk: Psychology for a Safe Climate — Impact of experiencing bushfire in the era of climate change
January 17th, 2019 | 34 mins 57 secs
black saturday, blue mountains fire, bushfire, climate change, fire aftermath, fire survivor, psychology, psychology for a safe climate, sustainability, wildfire, wye river fire
This episode is a live talk from Psychology for a Safe Climate, grappling with the topic of bushfire, and how to engage with the elephant in the room, climate change, in the aftermath of fire.
November 22nd, 2018 | 45 mins 38 secs
adaptation, anthropology, blue mountains, bushfire, climate change, climate disaster, fire, mitigation, psychology for a safe climate, resilience, sustainability, vulnerability
Beth Hill is an anthropologist, and a member of Psychology for a Safe Climate, a non-profit group of psychologists and other helping professionals who donate their time and effort to helping people deal with the psychological effects of working on the climate crisis.