Edited by Sally Weintrobe.
Hamilton, What History Can Teach Us About Climate Change Denial.
, The Difficult Problem Of Anxiety In Thinking About Climate Change.
Lehtonen, Välimäki, Discussion The Environmental Neurosis Of Modern Man: The Illusion Of Autonomy And The Real Dependence Denied.
Hoggett, Climate Change Denial In A Perverse Culture.
Randall, Great Expectations: Some Psychic Consequences Of The Discovery Of Personal Ecological Debt.
Lertzman, The Myth Of Apathy.
Brenman-Pick, Discussion Not I. Bichard, Discussion How Sustainable Change Agents Can Adopt Psychoanalytic Perspectives On Climate Change.
Keene,Unconscious Obstacles To Caring For The Planet.
Hinshelwood, Discussion Goods And Bads.
Rustin, How Is Psychoanalysis An Issue For Climate Change?
, On The Love Of Nature And On Human Nature.
Crompton, Discussion On Love Of Nature And The Nature Of Love.
Hannis, Discussion Nature, Capitalism And Human Flourishing.
Harrison, Climate Change, Uncertainty And Risk.
Sally Weintrobe is a practising psychoanalyst, is a Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis in Britain.
passionately believes a psychoanalytic perspective is vital to understanding how to engage people about the seriousness of climate change and how to understand current levels of denial.
has written and lectured widely on these subjects and on our relationship with nature.
commitment to fostering interdisciplinary exchange with other human scientists has led to this remarkable book.