About this Event
As climate and ecological crises mount, so too are intense experiences of environmental emotions including eco-anxiety, fear, guilt, ambivalence, as well as hope and optimism. This symposium seeks to bring these conversations out of the domain of the personal and private, as they both reflect and shape the very public and political arenas of climate change and social justice. We are also interested in engaging the very real, intersectionally-differentiated, mental health effects of climate impacts and ecological destruction at local, national, and global scales.
Day 1: (In person): INTS 1113
Day 2: free online, Thursday, April 28, 9 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Kenyote speaker Dr. Charles Ogungbode, assistant professor of applied psychology, University of Nottingham.
Schedule and Zoom links (click here to access)