Today, paying attention to pollutants in our air. What happens when a black site appears in the US exclusively for US citizens? Also, more on American exceptionalism and media perceptions concerning Nigeria. How organic farming can reverse agricultural problems.
Plus: Why climate science does not convince more people and how a new psychology might accelerate constructive climate action, with Per Espen Stoknes.
Dr. Per Espen Stoknes is a trained clinical and organizational psychologist and an economist now directing the Center for Climate Strategy at the Norwegian Business School where he teaches environmental economics and green growth. He is also a scholar in philosophy and mythology. He has founded clean-energy companies and has been an international advisor in organizational management on four continents and on Scenario Planning — a strategic model for forecasting future scenarios that inform organizational planning and projects. Per holds degrees in from the University of Oslo and studied at the CG Jung Institute in Zurich Switzerland. He is the author of many academic papers and books on the psychology of money. His most recent book is “What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming: Toward a New Psychology of Climate Action.” His website is StoknesDotCom.Wordpress.com