ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ARCHIVE
For information about organisations and programmes in this field go to the resources page
We especially recommend these two recent books of collected writings whose authors include several UKCP members:
Rust M-J & Totton N (2011) Vital Signs: Psychological Responses to Ecological Crisis Karnac UK
Weintrobe S (Ed) (2013) Engaging with Climate Change: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives Routledge London and New York
Jonathan Porritt's book 'The World We Made'
is essential reading for anyone interested in preserving our planet. He shows how we can achieve a genuinely sustainable world by 2050 if we act immediately.
Websites by UKCP members
Mary-Jayne Rust's website has many interesting papers http://www.mjrust.net
Ro Randall's website has a regular blog on Climate Change http://rorandall.org/
Abram D (2011) Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology Vintage, New York Abram D (1996) The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-Than-Human World Vintage, New York
The American Psychological Association (2009) Psychology and Climate Change https://www.apa.org/science/about/publications/climate-change-booklet.pdf
Bernstein J (2005) Living in the Borderland Routledge, Hove
Buzzell L & Chalquist C (2009) Ecotherapy San Francisco, Sierra Club
Dodds J (2011) Psychoanalysis and Ecology at the Edge of Chaos: Complexity Theory, Deleuze|Guattari and Psychoanalysis for a Climate in Crisis Routledge UK Joe Dodds and Martin Jordan have a website http://ecopsychoanalysis.blogspot.co.uk/ with a wealth of videos, articles
Hamilton C (2010) Requiem for a species: why we resist the truth about climate change. London: Routledge.
Jensen D (2000) A Language Older Than Words Souvenir Press London,
Jung C G Author), Sabini M (Ed) (2002) The Earth has Soul: C G Jung’s writings on Nature, Technology and Modern Life North Atlantic Books U.S.
Kohanov L (2003) Riding Between the Worlds Novato, New World Press
Lovelock J (2010) The Vanishing Face of Gaia: A Final Warning Penguin
Mishan, J (1996).Psychoanalysis and environmentalism: first thoughts. Psychoanalytic psychotherapy, 10 (1): 59-70)
Norgaard K(2011) Living in denial: climate change, emotions and everyday life. Cambridge MA: MIT press.
Roszak T, Gomes M & Kanner A (1995) Ecopsychology San Francisco, Sierra Club
Searles, H (1960) The nonhuman environment in normal development and in schizophrenia. New York: International universities press
Searles H (1972) Unconscious processes in relation to the environmental crisis. The Psychoanalytic Review, 59 (3) 361-374
Stoll-Kleeman S, O’RiordanT. and Jaeger,C (2001) The psychology of denial concerning climate mitigation measures: evidence from Swiss focus groups. Global Environmental Change, 11: 107-117.
Soper K (1995) What is nature? Culture, politics and the non-human. Oxford UK: Blackwell
Totton N (2011) Wild Therapy: Undomesticating Inner and Outer Worlds PCCS Books
Ward I (1993) Ecological madness, a Freud Museum conference: introductory thoughts. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 10 (2) 178-187