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Katie Patrick
How to Save the World
The Psychology & Science of Environmental Behavior
What *really* gets people to take action for the planet? And what does it take to reimagine the world into a thriving ecotopia? Environmental Engineer/Imagineer, Katie Patrick, takes you on a wild journey into the heart of the environmental psyche, exploring the latest evidence-based behavioral science you can use to get more people to adopt your environmental campaign + indie/gangsta/hacker entrepreneur insights from the gal with 20 years experience making it happen. Join the ECOPIA community + art, courses, and merch at http://ecopia.us.
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4.6 stars from 14 ratings
Meh is an understatement
This show seems completely obsessed with virtue signaling, sophomoric attempts at critical thinking, and endless fluff. When she started asking her listeners to build her own ideas and then proceeded to rattle off one about composting in public, I decided it was time to shut this down and try to...Read full review »
theporktornado via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/15/23
Insightful and empowering
Excellent. We need deep knowledge of environmental psychology now more than ever, and Katie Patrick is an experienced, reliable, and smart guide in this evolving area. Her distillations are concise and actionable and I end every episode having always gained an expanded mindset for how to...Read full review »
Nathan RB via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/13/23
Phenomenal podcast
Katie is brilliant, distilling and communicating such helpful information. She’s a role model in this field of creating positive environmental change as a career and I deeply appreciate all the effort she’s put into this phenomenal podcast!
jenningsssssssssss via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/09/23
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