Tag Archives: Climate change

What we think about when we try not to think about global warming: by Per Espen Stoknes

What we think about when we try not to think about global warming By Per Espen Stoknes Guest Blog by Jane Sanders There’s a Permaculture principle called the ‘edge effect’ which describes the incredible richness and diversity that is to be found where two habitats meet … for example the edge of a forest. This […]

Don’t Even Think About It: why our brains are wired to ignore climate change by George Marshall

Don’t Even Think About It: why our brains are wired to ignore climate change. This book is an eloquent explanation of the issue in the title: well-researched, and refreshingly written. It is serious, but not a depressing lecture: the book is entertaining and engaging, partly through its use of stories and interviews as a way […]

“In Time for Tomorrow?” and Carbon Conversations

Rosemary Randall is a psychotherapist and group facilitator who has been involved in the environmental movement for many years.  She writes and lectures widely on the psychological aspects of climate change. Andy Brown is an engineer with a background in the social sciences.  He works in research for the built environment and has been a […]

James Lovelock: Still Twisting Tails at 91

When I saw that a conversation with James Lovelock was part of the recent  Bridport Literary Festival, I could hardly believe it.  Firstly, he’s internationally renowned, secondly he’s 91: surely not in our small market town??  Seeing him in person was invaluable, because he’s hard to categorise. James describes himself as an inventor, not a […]