A rich discussion as part of Global Climate Change Week
A changing climate impacts individuals in multiple ways and to varying extents. These impacts can lead to wide-ranging psychological responses in individuals, with broader social implications. Exploring ways to manage these responses both individually and collectively is imperative; care for oneself and care for the planet are inextricably linked.
We invite you to join panellists Anna Seth (GP, Doctors for the Environment Australia, Climate Resilience Network), Clare Pitt (PhD candidate, Risk and Resilience Group, College of Health and Medicine, UTAS), Chloe McCann (Australian Youth Climate Coalition), and Dr Susie Burke (Psychologists for Peace, Australian Psychological Society) for a rich discussion on achieving and maintaining wellbeing in a changing climate.
This event is part of the UTAS program for Global Climate Change Week. To see other events, please visit http://globalclimatechangeweek.com/events/