Care about the world, but find the climate conversation, well, a bit, meh? You’re not alone. Your brain isn’t optimised to process the climate crisis, but finding a personal connection with it can make it easier, says neuroscientist Dr Kris De Meyer. Tune in to this week’s Climate Quickie to understand the psychology of climate change and unleash your inner activist. Enjoyed this quickie? Listen to the full Climate Curious episode with Kris on ‘Why there’s much more to climate action than reducing your carbon footprint’: https://tedxlondon.com/podcast/climate-curious-why-theres-much-more-to-climate-action-than-reducing-your-carbon-footprint/ Grab your tickets for TEDxLondon, October 2nd: https://tedxlondon.com/bb2022/

Care about the world, but find the climate conversation, well, a bit, meh? You’re not alone. Your brain isn’t optimised to process the climate crisis, but finding a personal connection with it can make it easier, says neuroscientist Dr Kris De Meyer. Tune in to this week’s Climate Quickie to understand the psychology of climate change and unleash your inner activist.

Enjoyed this quickie? Listen to the full Climate Curious episode with Kris on ‘Why there’s much more to climate action than reducing your carbon footprint’: https://tedxlondon.com/podcast/climate-curious-why-theres-much-more-to-climate-action-than-reducing-your-carbon-footprint/

Grab your tickets for TEDxLondon, October 2nd: https://tedxlondon.com/bb2022/

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