To share knowledge of the mental health impacts from climate instability and what we can do to address both the causes and the consequences of the challenges we face – and to inspire action to restore our course towards a safer and healthier future.
The Ecopsychepedia was given a generous donation for initial funding from the Reis family, through the Sire Foundation, and from Sage Wheeler.
This project is just beginning…
You can browse Ecopsychepedia entries by one of our nine themes:
When people resist recognizing and responding to the climate crisis.
Being in touch with what we feel can help us with managing climate distress, which in turn can help drive us to take action.
Equality and justice
In the climate crisis, addressing inequalities is a top priority.
The power of culture
We all are immersed in culture, and influenced by culture, often without recognizing its powerful effect on how we think, feel, and behave.
Nature as healer
Nature has a cornucopia of charms, tricks and secrets that, even if we’re not consciously aware of it, powerfully influence how we function.
Positive relationships provide the fuel to help us stay the course.
Resilience and regeneration
Becoming climate resilient involves learning to cope with the difficult impacts of the climate crisis, while also being open to the possibility of fulfillment and joy.
Mental health impacts
The climate crisis is a mental health crisis.
Stories of adversities overcome, of vistas restored, of scientific innovations discovered, of new solutions found, of heroes rising up to fight for justice.