Guest essay by Eric Worrall
According to Vox, one of the most influential emotional levers available to promote compliance with the climate conservation agenda is guilt about hurting children.
Why humans are so bad at thinking about climate change
How psychology can trick us into keeping Earth habitable.
Updated by Andy Murdock, University of California Apr 19, 2017, 9:10am EDT
When Per Espen Stoknes looked at polls going back to 1989 assessing the level of public concern about climate change in 39 different countries, he found a surprising pattern in the data.
“Incredibly enough, it shows that the more certain the science becomes, the less concern we find in richer Western democracies,” he said. “How can it be that with increasing level of urgency and certainty in the science, people get less concerned?”
To Stoknes, the dissonance problem might be an even bigger deal:…
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