Susan Clayton

professor of psychology at The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio

Susan Clayton on KCRW

The recent fires and record breaking heat wave have had a devastating impact on much of the west coast of America.

The implications of climate change on our health

The recent fires and record breaking heat wave have had a devastating impact on much of the west coast of America.

from Life Examined

“Solastalgia” is the anxiety and despair many people are currently feeling about the changing climate and the damage it’s causing.

‘Solastalgia’ and the psychological effects of natural disasters

“Solastalgia” is the anxiety and despair many people are currently feeling about the changing climate and the damage it’s causing.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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