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Human Behavior and Climate Change: A Social Justice Issue

Uzzell, D (2008) Human Behavior and Climate Change: A Social Justice Issue In: Second Annual United Nations Psychology Day: Psychology and Social Justice Related to the UN Global Agenda, 2008-11-19 - ?, United Nations Headquarters, New York.

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Prof David Uzzell "spoke on the direct and indirect effects of climate change, including psychological impacts such as stress, anxiety, interpersonal conflict, and PTSD. “We have a serious problem, he stated. “I think we are living on and looking over the precipice and don’t have much time. We need policies to slow down and reverse the current trajectory, and yet collectively we behave as if we believe the opposite.” Note taken from Hassan, A. (Dec 2008). REPORT. Expert Panelists Gather at the Second Annual Psychology Day at the United Nations: Psychology and Social Justice. Psychology (19(5), December 2008. The theme of Psychology Day was particularly fitting in the context of the 60th anniversary, on December 10, 2008 of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Available online at:

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Uzzell, D
Date : 19 November 2008
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