Below, you will find a list of podcasts, interviews, video lectures/panels, and films related to Climate & Mind. As always, please let us know of any additional resources.

Climate & Mind Podcasts

Full podcasts related to Climate & Mind:

  1. Climate Crisis Conversations

    • A podcast by Climate Psychology Alliance

    • “Creative thoughtful conversations between climate psychologists and our friends about the climate and biodiversity crisis.”

  2. Edge Effects

  3. Good Grief Network - Why?!? Podcast

    • Hosted by Aimee Lewis-Reau and LaUra Schmidt

    • “Conversations concern the big existential questions impacting the inner and outer worlds.”

  4. How to Survive the End of the World Podcast

    • Hosted by Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown

    • “Learning from the apocalypse with grace, rigor and curiosity.”

  5. No Place Like Home Podcast (particularly season 2)

    • Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner

    • “A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories.”

Select podcast episodes related to Climate & Mind:

  1. 1869, Ep. 71 with Glenn Albrecht, author of Earth Emotions. May 2019.

  2. The Current. Interview with Anna Maria Tremonti. `13 Dec 2018.

  3. Super Awesome Science Show. “Credence in Climate Change.” 11 Dec 2018.

  4. Mind over Chatter: Exploring Climate Psychology (ClimateOne) with Bryant Welch, Leslie Davenport, and Renee Lertzman. 29 Nov 2018

  5. Making the Connection: Climate Changes Mental Health. 26 Jun 2016.

  6. Citizens Climate Radio. Episode 23. Mental Wellness and Climate Change.

  7. CBC Radio “Why large-scale activism is the 'most powerful path out of climate despair'“ CBC Radio. May 17, 2019.

  8. Costing the Earth. “Eco Anxiety.” BBC 4. May, 2019.

  9. Last Born in the Wilderness (hosted by Patrick Farnsworth)

  10. Living Myth Podcast (with Michael Meade) - a mythological / depth psychology / spiritual perspective on how to live and take action in the face of climate crisis. Here are a few relevant episodes:

Climate & Mind Videos and Lectures

  1. Rosemary Randall - “"Climate, Psychology, Conversation” - Cambridge Climate Lecture Series, 2019 (YouTube)

  2. Renee Lertzman

    1. “The Myth of Climate Change Apathy” - Seattle Town Hall, 2015 (YouTube)

    2. “Engaging with Climate Change Conference” - Institute of Psychoanalysis, 2011 (YouTube)

  3. Leslie Davenport - “Psychotherapy for a Changing Planet” - (YouTube)

    1. Part 1

    2. Part 2

  4. "Intimate Dilemmas in the Climate Crisis: Grief, Kids and Feelings About the Future" - ThoughtWorks NYC panel (2019) - (YouTube)

  5. “Sand Castle (ecological breakdown through the eyes of a 13 year old)“

  6. Brit Wray, “How Climate Change Affects Your Mental Health.” TEDTalks, May, 2019.

Climate & Mind Films

Hans Jørgen Rasmussen maintains a website, The Climate Cinema, compiling Climate-related films on a range of topics. He has categorized 65 films as related to Climate Psychology:

The Climate Cinema - Climate Psychology Film List

Meanwhile, here is a short list of films from a range of genres, that touch on Climate & Mind:

  1. Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance (dir. Godfrey Reggio, 1982)

  2. Lament for the Land

  3. First Reformed (dir. Paul Schrader, 2017)

    1. Review from Yale Climate Connections (2018)

  4. Mother! (dir. Darren Aronofsky, 2017)

  5. 2040 (dir. Damon Gameau, 2019)

    1. Short clip from the film on climate psychology, featuring Dr. Renee Lertzman