The Climate Psychology Alliance welcomes anyone and everyone to its membership who wants to engage in addressing the psychological aspects of the climate emergency.
The Climate Psychology Alliance welcomes anyone and everyone to its membership who wants to engage in addressing the psychological aspects of the climate and ecological emergency.
Whoever and wherever we are today, we are affected by this crisis whether or not we know it.
Those least responsible, especially in the Global South, are suffering first and worst and a growing number of us worldwide are being affected physically, materially, psychologically and emotionally – in our private thoughts, in our reactions to the latest news, in our sense of loss, anger and despair, and for an increasing number of us, in our dreams.
We require a deep understanding of what it means to be human in these times. Each of us brings the authenticity of our own unique struggle with this problem and it is our belief that everyone has something to contribute.
We therefore welcome, and recognise the importance and value of, a diverse membership and are seeking to make progress in improving representation of underrepresented and minority voices.
On this we know we have much work to do, including but not limited to, addressing & reforming power structures within our community, decolonising our organisation and engaging with issues around race and white fragility.
Whoever you are, please know that you are warmly welcomed to join us and take part in our activities as we address together the psychological aspects of the ecological crises we are all facing.
Below are some of us on the Board of Directors or involved in other ways.
Initially founded as a network of interested practitioners we became a Community Benefit Society in 2020 – see more about How We Organise HERE