February 21st, 2019 | 43 mins 4 secs
climate change, climate grief, kooyong, letter writing, lighter footprints, psychology for a safe climate, self care, sustainability, victoria, victorian politics
New member of the Climactic Collective, Bronwyn Gresham, brings us this week's episode. An interview with Carolyn Ingvarson, founder of influential Melbourne residents group Lighter Footprints, on how the group came about, her approach to leadership, activism, and the climate crisis, and valuable lessons for other groups on how to be effective.
February 11th, 2019 | 9 mins 18 secs
black saturday, climate change, national sustainable living festival, psychology for a safe climate, self care, slf, sustainability
In this bonus episode from the National Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne, we hear from Carol Ride, founder of Psychology for a Safe Climate, on the tenth anniversary of Victoria's Black Saturday fires.
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.