The Ecopsychepedia is a free, reliable information source, developed by experts in the fields of climate mental health and human behavior.
The Ecopsychepedia is a go-to source for information on how human activity has caused the climate crisis, on how the crisis is now, in turn, affecting us – and, critically, on what we can do about it. The material has been developed by experts in the fields of climate mental health and human behavior, and is written in simple language so everyone can understand it.
The Ecopsychepedia was given a generous donation for initial funding from the Reis family, through the Sire Foundation. We are very grateful for their early confidence in us and our work.
The EPP was modeled in part by the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and Project Drawdown.
The Ecopsychepedia is currently in early, emerging stages. Over time, we hope to continually add entries and other resources, and build a truly comprehensive source.