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Dave Powell
Your Brain On Climate
Psychology vs climate change: what we think, why we think it, and how it all adds up to a planet-sized emergency. Each episode host Dave Powell interviews experts in how our brains work - from PhDs in psychology to writers, activists and beyond. They'll talk about how their brains and our brains do (and don't) work, and how all of that might help make sense of the climate crisis - and possibly what to do about it.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 11 ratings
Insightful conversations
Great guests with some fascinating insights. Engaging and optimistic.
clafur via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/15/21
Good for your brain
This is a great podcast, intelligent and sensitive and really helps to make sense of our humanness and frailty around climate.
Binni Ann via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/24/21
A must listen to show
I’ve come to this show via the fabulous sustainababble podcast. This new podcast is so brilliant, informative, accessible and crucial to help understand the climate crisis and how we can navigate it without losing our minds. I can’t stop listening.
Blooming Bull via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/15/21
Recent Episodes
In the last episode of Season 1 we learn all about one of the weirdest but most important of all human brain-oddnesses: pluralistic ignorance. When you think something and lots of other people also think that thing but none of you think anyone else agrees with you, so nothing changes. Got...
Published 10/12/21
Published 10/12/21
Being alive can be a lonely business, as can trying to do something about climate change. But how important to our brains is connecting with others?  And in our individualised world, might we be hugely undervaluing the importance of interpersonal connection in helping society take meaningful and...
Published 10/05/21
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